Design and quality inspection engineers provide a service diagnosing problems and offering advice and solutions or become dedicated sales advisors.
Requests for assistance may range from difficulties with a simple installation or operation of a basic product, to more serious situations requiring staff to replicate the problem within their technical support facility before providing the client with a same-day solution.
Throughout the apprenticeship you will develop skills and knowledge in a wide variety of design and quality inspection activities including engineering design, quality control, non–destructive testing, computer control programming and technical services.
Specialist units include:
- CAD (computer-aided design)
- Quality control
- Non-destructive testing
What qualifications will you gain?
By taking an engineering apprenticeship, you can gain a variety of skills and qualifications including:
- A minimum of three NVQ Level 2 skills sets from the Performing Engineering Operations qualification
- Level 2 Award in Employment Rights and Responsibilities
- Level 2 Award in Personal Learning and Thinking Skills
- Functional skills in Maths, English and ICT (depending on your existing qualifications)
- NVQ Level 3 Extended Diploma in Engineering (Pathway Specific)
- Further Education Certificate – BTEC Level 3 National Diploma in your chosen pathway