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Posts published in January 2020

  • Corey, shortlisted for an award at the Make UK Manufacturing Awards at the British Engines Awards 2019 with British Engines CEO, Richard Dodd.
    British Engines apprentice shortlisted at Make UK Manufacturing Awards

    British Engines’ fourth year apprentice, Corey Hogg, has been shortlisted for an award at tonight’s National Make UK Manufacturing Awards in London. Corey began his British Engines apprenticeship in 2015, and has since been based at our Michell Bearings factory in South Shields. During his four years with the company, Corey has demonstrated an excellent […]

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  • How to create a successful apprenticeship application
    How to create a successful apprenticeship application

    Our apprenticeship application form allows us to get to know more about you. It’s also an opportunity for you to convince us about why you’d be a great fit for one of our engineering apprenticeships. To create a successful apprenticeship application: Be concise and don’t waffle Give examples and explain how they will help you […]

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  • An engineering apprentice at British Engines
    Do I need experience to become an engineering apprentice?

    Have you recently left, or are you just about to leave school? Worried about not having engineering experience, despite wanting to become an engineering apprentice? One of the most frequently asked questions when talking to young people about their next steps is: Do I need experience to become an engineering apprentice? Our answer: No, but […]

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  • British Engines offers engineering apprenticeships through its unique Apprenticeship+ Scheme
    Your questions about our engineering apprenticeships answered

    Q: What is the Apprenticeship+ Scheme? A: The Apprenticeship+ Scheme is our unique, in-house apprenticeship training programme. It provides our engineering apprentices with additional vocational learning and skills to those that are typically gained on a traditional college apprenticeship. Q: How long has British Engines been training apprentices? A: British Engines first began training apprentices […]

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  • British Engines Apprenticeship Scheme applications are now open

    Applications for the British Engines Apprenticeship Scheme are now open. Starting in September 2020, the successful applicants will first attend TDR Training School in Newcastle, full-time for 16 weeks. Following this, they will begin working within one of our eight North East factories. Here they will work four days per week, gaining hands on professional […]

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