A century of skills training at Rolls Royce

ROLLS Royce North Training Centre has been producing high quality apprentices in almost all engineering fields for more than 100 years.

ROLLS Royce North Training Centre has been producing high quality apprentices in almost all engineering fields for more than 100 years.

Training is done on the job so apprentices are guaranteed to have the practical skills required to help boost the efficiency of a company.

The skills are tailored to suit the workplace, with a wide range of engineering pathways to choose from.

The apprentice training programmes involve craft vocational training in engineering operations, plus nationally recognised further education qualifications achieved at one of the region’s colleges.

Some of the engineering apprenticeships available include:

Fabrication and welding

Engineering production

Machining

CNC manufacture

Installation and commissioning

Engineering maintenance

Tool-making

CAD/Design

Electrical installation

Engineering technical services

Rolls Royce North Training Centre is currently recruiting for a September 2011 intake of 120 apprentices, ideally with good GCSE grades of C or above in maths, English and science.

However, if students who don’t achieve the desired grades should not worry as they offer the chance to sit an aptitude test to assess the academic level.

Anyone who feels they have the drive and ambition to complete a challenging and exciting programme of training with excellent job prospects should apply online at RRNETC.co.uk

Rolls-Royce (Newcastle) Scotswood Road, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE15 6LL. Tel: 0191 256 5385 www.rrnetc.co.uk

 
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