Electronic Engineering job roles include PLC Programmers, Electronic Designers and Aerospace Engineers. As an Electronics Engineering Apprentice you will learn all the necessary skills required to create, test and fault-find on circuit boards safely, and develop basic design skills using CAD software.
The BTEC National enables you to learn about the principles of Engineering, Health & Safety, develop core Maths skills and gain an understanding of the properties of different Engineering materials, as well as knowledge specifically related to Mechanical or Electrical/Electronic Engineering.
In the second year of your Apprenticeship you will combine your knowledge and skills to produce an Engineering Project, based on a real service or product supplied by your employer, suggesting how it could be more cost/time effective. This application of your learning in the real working environment very effectively demonstrates the progress that you have made.
Apprentices undertake a period of structured off-the-job foundation training with the following outcomes.
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