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Aircraft Maintenance Fitter/Technician Apprenticeship

Aircraft Maintenance Fitters/Technicians work on maintaining aircraft of all types from small aeroplanes to airliners, jet fighters and helicopters, both civil and military. They are expected to carry out approved maintenance processes to maintain the airworthiness of the aircraft. It involves highly skilled, complex and specialist work, maintaining aircraft systems according to approved requirements and work instructions, using relevant hand tools and equipment. They must comply with civil and or military regulatory and organisational requirements. They must be able to research data sources, ensuring that on completion of a task all aircraft documentation is accurately filled in.

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Apprenticeships are a great way to get into the world of work

An Apprenticeship can launch your career and at the same time you are earning and learning. You will gain invaluable experience of working in a professional environment with the benefits of formal training.

Typically, you will spend four days in the workplace and one day at college, depending on the needs of your employer.

An Apprenticeship can be a route to university level qualifications. You usually start at Level 2 or Level 3 and you can then progress to a Higher Apprenticeship at Level 4, or go on to study for part-time degree level qualifications such as HNCs, HNDs and Foundation Degrees.

We also offer a Pre-Apprenticeship, which is designed to help you transition into an Apprenticeship and focuses on developing a broad range of skills used in industry. The programme is a fantastic opportunity to get your foot in the door with a highly reputable employer and to secure an Apprenticeship.

NOTE: You will need an employer before you start an apprenticeship. If you don't have an employer you can apply for one of our Pre-Apprenticeship or Full-time courses.

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