AirTanker's Aeronautical Engineering Apprenticeship Scheme

Are you interested in Aviation and looking for a challenging opportunity within a dynamic engineering environment? Look no further.... 

Our Aeronautical Engineering Apprenticeship Scheme offers you the opportunity to join a unique Engineering team at AirTanker, supporting the Royal Air Force and commercial airlines.

The Journey

Our scheme offers an initial accredited two-year apprenticeship and an additional two-year development phase that will provide you with specialist hand skills, fault diagnosis capabilities and experience of maintenance practices associated with complex aircraft mechanical and avionics systems.

 You will be working towards:

• A City & Guilds 2675 Technical Level 3 Diploma

• An Extended NVQ in Aeronautical Engineering

• An EASA Part-66 Category A Licence theory course 

Initially, you will attend a regulatory approved 9 month residential foundation course with a City & Guilds 2675 Technical Level 3 Diploma syllabus, provided by our training partner Resource Group, using their Aviation Technical Training facility, located at Cotswold Airport.

Your remaining time will be spent at your new home AirTanker Services, RAF Brize Norton, where you will participate in specialist Practical and On the Job Training, working shoulder to shoulder with Civilian and RAF engineers towards your extended NVQ Level 3 in Aeronautical Engineering.

You will receive coaching from a dedicated training mentor coupled with full support from the Voyager Training Service team who will guide you through your Apprenticeship.

Finally, on successful completion of your training, you may have the opportunity to apply for a Fleet Engineering role with AirTanker.

 

"Take the opportunity! It might be an enormous leap right now, but this is a career that could last a lifetime." - Fraser Gardener

"I've enjoyed learning about all the different ways of working with sheets of metal." - Katie Lockwood

"I am looking forward to the hangar phase at Resource Group and working on the aircraft in their hangar." - Ryan Kissell

"For me the highlights have been passing exams, it is such a relief to know all the work you are putting in is getting you the results you want." - Bradley Evans

"I feel I have studied a wide and varied range of skills, most importantly how to carry out maintenance procedures safely and efficiently." - George Wilford

"I have learned how important attention to detail is in this industry. My favourite experience so far has been the workshop because it was hands on work." - James McCarthy

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How to apply

Applications are now closed for our September 2017 Aeronautical Engineering Apprenticeship Scheme. For further information about our apprenticeships, please keep in touch via our website, alternatively you can sign up for alerts through the apprenticeship webpage.

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