Apprenticeships at mat foundry group
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Eurac Poole Ltd, part of MAT Foundry Group, needs people like you to help us do what we do.
Engineering is the most in demand employment sector and an ever growing world needs more people to build it - and we can help you be a part of it.
If you are interested in becoming an engineer we have an established apprentice and training program offering places at our facilities across a variety of roles.
We like to get you involved from the start and you will be based at our facilities four days a week, with a fifth at college, quickly developing your engineering skills with practical experience.
You will experience a variety of work ranging from precision tooling and quality control, to electric iron melting and casting - all the while developing personally as well professionally.
You will earn a Level 3 BTEC or City & Guilds qualification, which takes between two and four years to complete depending on the course and entry level. There are no minimum entry requirements, only an interest in engineering and the associated science, maths and technology.
We also support our employees in undertaking further studies including Higher National Certificate/Diploma and Open University courses.
On top of that it won’t cost you anything to enter and you will earn as you learn.
if you are interested in becoming an apprentice with MAT Foundry Group apply today.
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