- Train to process parts through Dye penetrant plant (5 day practical and theory exam in Sheffield to obtain 5-year qualification)
- Carry out Hardness testing to Lavender standard
- Process aircraft components through state-of-the-art furnaces
- Learn to Book in and Despatch components via bespoke software package.
- Update job knowledge by participating in education opportunities
Good team player
Able to use initiative
Desirable that applicant has GCSE Grade D/3 or above or equivalent in maths and English Language.
Position as a full time permanent team member.
About the employer
Alloy Heat Treatment, is the UKs first and only specialist in the heat treatment of aluminium alloys. With over 40 years experience as a subcontractor focused solely on the heat treatment of aluminium alloys, we are the preferred destination for companies within all sectors of the light metal industry. Founded in 1974, we have on site specialists who can give advice on materials, treatments and surface engineering, preferably at the design stage
Our organisation holds NADCAP, AS 9100 accreditation, and preferred supplier status to many aerospace primes, see our full list accessible along the toolbar. Based in Dudley, West Midlands, we are easily accessible to all UK industry via close links to the motorway network.
Alloy Heat Treatment
Grazebrook Industrial Park, Peartree Lane
Applications for this apprenticeship are being processed by Dudley College of Technology
Julie Perks 01384 363314 firstname.lastname@example.org
Qualification title: Level 3 Engineering Technician - Machining pathway
Programme duration: 42 months + EPA
Full training will be provided on an ongoing daily basis and when required. You will be required to attend Dudley College premises to work towards your Level 3 Engineering Apprenticeship qualification. An assessor will be allocated to you to progress/help you through you course. Continual assessment for NVQs coupled with assignments/or exams depending on course of study. Time spent training will be part of the agreed contracted hours of the working week.