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Date posted : September 2021

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Traineeship Opportunity

Could 2022 be the year you kick-start your career in engineering? Our traineeship programme is one of the most popular, providing aspiring engineers with a foundation of skills and knowledge in different engineering disciplines, including electrical, fabrication, welding, mechanical engineering and CAD giving you the perfect taster of engineering before choosing a trade! We are currently full for the September 2021 intake, but are considering applications for a possible February 2022 Start!

The Engineering College are looking for our next cohort of young aspiring engineers to participate in our next Traineeship programme this year!

Traineeships give young people aged 16 to 24 the skills and experience that employers are looking for, helping you to boost your career prospects with an apprenticeship or other employment in the future.

This programme is ideal for anyone who wants to get into engineering but is undecided of which trade to study. If you’re unsuccessful when applying for an apprenticeship or other job due to a lack of skills and experience then you may be a good candidate for a Traineeship also.

Traineeships are an opportunity to gain real work experience, employability skills and improve your English and Maths, if needed, along side building your engineering knowledge.

The Traineeship Programme will provide you with the opportunity to build your CV and get valuable work experience with local and national employers, where you are able to learn about the business and the industry it operates in.

Work preparation training will put you in a better position to compete for an apprenticeship or other employment. Traineeships prepare young people for their future careers by helping them to become ‘work ready’.

Please complete our online application form for this programme and be sure to tick ‘Traineeship’.

Please Note: Due to the high number of applications, if you do not hear back from The Engineering College, you should consider that your application has been unsuccessful on this occasion.

Apprenticeship Opportunities

If you are looking to pursue an apprenticeship in Engineering, you’ve come to the right place. We have a rolling recruitment cycle, which means we promote apprenticeship vacancies throughout the year for small to large businesses across the North West.

If you are looking for a particular company hiring apprentices, this page is updated regularly with all of our apprenticeship vacancies. If there are no options available here, please submit your application and we will be in touch with the next steps. Once a vacancy arises, we will be in touch with you via email.


Fenelon Storage Tanks LTD

Date posted : August 2021

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Fenelon Storage Tanks LTD

Fenelon Storage Tanks Ltd are looking to recruit ONE apprentice plate welder. The position will be workshop based until the candidate is proficient in MMA/MIG plate and structural steel welding in all positions. On attaining the relevant ASME and BS standards the candidate will be required to work on construction sites across the UK and Ireland.

Fenelon is based in Ellesmere Port, but the role may involve travel around the UK at times, but Fenelon will endeavour to keep apprentices local for the duration of the apprenticeship.

Fenelon are looking for a Hard working, reliable, conscientious team member with a willingness to learn and improve with each opportunity.



Qualifications

  • A minimum of 5 GCSEs at grade A-C (4-9) including Maths, English and Science (or an equivalent qualification) and a good level of basic computer literacy

Qualities

  • • Always conducts work with pride and enthusiasm.
  • • Has the ability to improve work area standards.
  • • Shows a ‘can do attitude’ at all times and is results driven.

Please complete our online application form for this programme and be sure to answer yes for Question 1, and then select ‘Fenelon Storage Tanks LTD’ from the drop down menu.

Please Note:
Due to the high number of applications, if you do not hear back from The Engineering College,
you should consider that your application has been unsuccessful on this occasion.