Engineering apprenticeships allow people to gain the knowledge, skills and experience they need to embark on a successful career in engineering through a combination of on-the-job training and classroom learning.
It’s imperative that mechanical engineering apprentices understand and absorb the underpinning knowledge required to make bolted joints in hazardous pressurised systems. Best practice and industry standards should be delivered to our future technicians and engineers at all times.
Sadly and very rarely is there a focus on bolted joints – very often apprentices work alongside fitters and technicians and observe their working practice on site. However, if the fitter is not applying the correct skills, the apprentice will take on these bad practices.
We have been supporting companies throughout the UK for several years with the delivery of our industry approved joint integrity training and assessment programmes to apprentices and we are proud to be part of their career journey.
To continue our ongoing training packages to industry we are reaching out to all employers that would be interested in enhancing the skillset of their final year mechanical apprentices. Training can be delivered at our UK training centres or we can deliver at your site.
Please contact us for our total package of services and training courses – particularly our support for apprentices within the oil/gas, petrochemical, chemical, steel, utilities and nuclear industries.