Engineering

Apprenticeship Framework in Composite Engineering (Operator & Semi-Skilled) (Wales)

Framework No: FR03135    Issue: 2    Date: 20/10/2014

The content of this Framework has been agreed and published by the Science Engineering and Manufacturing Technologies Alliance (SEMTA) 

OVERVIEW:

This Framework specifies the standards and criteria for the delivery of Level 2 training provision within the Engineering sector. Successful completion of the provision will lead to the award of a designated/regulated qualification(s) within the sector.

The Level 2 Apprenticeship is suitable for a variety of roles, including composite manufacturing processes to produce sub-assemblies and whole finished composite products.

FURTHER INFORMATION

For the full and detailed content and specification for this Framework please contact: SEMTA


Apprenticeship Framework in Rail Infrastructure Engineering 

Framework No: FR03998   Issue: 3    Date: 25/11/2016

The content of this Framework has been agreed and published by the Science Engineering and Manufacturing Technologies Alliance (SEMTA) 

OVERVIEW:

This Framework specifies the standards and criteria for the delivery of Level 2 & 3 training provision within the Engineering sector. Successful completion of the provision will lead to the award of a designated/regulated qualification(s) within the sector.

The Level 2 Apprenticeship is suitable for a variety of roles, including rail track maintenance workers.

The Level 3 Apprenticeship is suitable for a variety of roles, including rail track technicians.

FURTHER INFORMATION

For the full and detailed content and specification for this Framework please contact: SEMTA


Apprenticeship Framework in Rail Infrastructure Engineering

Framework No: FR03999     Issue: 3     Date: 28/11/2016

The content of this Framework has been agreed and published by the Science Engineering and Manufacturing Technologies Alliance (SEMTA) 

OVERVIEW:

This Framework specifies the standards and criteria for the delivery of Level 2 & 3 training provision within the Engineering sector. Successful completion of the provision will lead to the award of a designated/regulated qualification(s) within the sector.

The Level 2 Apprenticeship is   suitable for a variety of roles, including rail overhead line workers.

The Level 3 Apprenticeship is   suitable for a variety of roles, including overhead line technicians.

FURTHER INFORMATION

For the full and detailed content and specification for this Framework please contact:  SEMTA


Apprenticeship Framework in Improving Operational Performance

Framework No: FR04237   Issue: 13   Date: 04/04/2018

The content of this Framework has been agreed and published by Semta.

OVERVIEW:

This Framework specifies the standards and criteria for the delivery of Level 2 training provision within the Engineering occupations.  Successful completion of the provision will lead to the award of a designated/regulated qualification(s) within the industry. 

This Apprenticeship is suitable for a variety of roles, including CNC Operator, Metal working and Machine Operatives, Assembly Operator, B-IT Quality Control Operative, Materials Handler.

FURTHER INFORMATION

For the full and detailed content and specification for this Framework please contact: Semta


Apprenticeship Framework in Advanced Manufacturing Engineering

Framework No: FR04432   Issue: 1   Date: 09/05/2019

The content of this Framework has been agreed and published by Semta.

OVERVIEW:

This Framework specifies the standards and criteria for the delivery of Level 4 training provision within the Engineering occupations. Successful completion of the provision will lead to the award of a designated/regulated qualification(s) within the industry. 

This Apprenticeship aims to provide the skills and knowledge required for various roles including sectors of Aerospace, Mechanical, Electrical / Electronics, Automotive, Maintenance, Wind Generation, Marine, Space and Rail Engineering.

FURTHER INFORMATION

For the full and detailed content and specification for this Framework please contact: Semta


Apprenticeship Framework in Engineering Manufacture

Framework No: FR04444   Issue: 18   Date: 18/07/2019

The content of this Framework has been agreed and published by Semta.

OVERVIEW:

This Framework specifies the standards and criteria for the delivery of Levels 2 & 3 training provision within the Engineering occupations.  Successful completion of the provision will lead to the award of a designated/regulated qualification(s) within the industry. 

The Level 2 Apprenticeship is suitable for a variety of roles, including Semi-skilled Aircraft/Mechanical Maintenance Fitter, Semi-Skilled Electrical, Fabricator/Welder (semi-skilled), Marine Installation engineer (semi-skilled), Mechanical Fitter (semi-skilled), Process Engineer (Casting), Quality Control Inspector, Production Engineering (semi-skilled).
Loomers/PCB Assembly, 

The Level 3 Apprenticeship is suitable for a variety of roles, including Aircraft/Mechanical Maintenance Fitter, Electrical, Fabricator/Welder, Marine Electrical/Mechanical Fitter, Skilled Machinist, Skilled Fitter, Marine Engineer, Shipwright (Boat builder), Plant and Systems Maintenance Technician, Welder, Mould and Core Maker (semi-skilled), CAD Draught-person, Quality Control Inspector, Electrical Engineering Technician, Installation and Commissioning Technician, Toolmaker, Motorsport Technician (Electrical / Electronic), Engineering Modelmaker, Project Manager (Engineering).

FURTHER INFORMATION

For the full and detailed content and specification for this Framework please contact: Semta


Apprenticeship Framework in Master Craftsperson Level 4

Framework No: FR05006    Issue: 7    Date: 16/12/2019

The content of this Framework has been agreed and published by the Science Engineering and Manufacturing Technologies Alliance (SEMTA)

OVERVIEW:

This Framework specifies the standards and criteria for the delivery of Level 4 training provision within the Engineering sector. Successful completion of the provision will lead to the award of a designated/regulated qualification(s) within the sector.

The Level 4 Apprenticeship is suitable for a variety of roles, including leadership, coaching and mentoring.

FURTHER INFORMATION

For the full and detailed content and specification for this Framework please contact: SEMTA


Apprenticeship Framework in Advanced Manufacturing Engineering

Framework No: FR05040  Issue: 16     Date: 28/04/2020

The content of this Framework has been agreed and published by the Science Engineering and Manufacturing Technologies Alliance (SEMTA)

OVERVIEW:

This Framework specifies the standards and criteria for the delivery of Level 4 training provision within the Engineering sector. Successful completion of the provision will lead to the award of a designated/regulated qualification(s) within the sector.

The Level 4 Apprenticeship is   suitable for a variety of roles, including high grade technicians and engineers in the aerospace, mechanical, electrical / electronics, automotive, maintenance, wind generation, marine, space and rail engineering sectors.

FURTHER INFORMATION

For the full and detailed content and specification for this Framework please contact: SEMTA


 

More Information can also be obtained from:

FEAD DfES
Ty Afon
Bedwas Rd
Bedwas
Cf83 8WT     
DfES-ApprenticeshipUnit@wales.gsi.gov.uk
Gwefan   website: www.llyw.cymru www.gov.wales

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