- Higher Apprenticeship - Now enrolling a Mineral Products Technician for September 2023
Higher Apprenticeship - Now enrolling a Mineral Products Technician for September 2023
Hiring an apprentice is a productive and effective way to grow talent and develop a motivated, skilled and qualified workforce.
Time to think about recruitment for The Precast/Masonry Apprenticeship scheme 2023 intake. The Enrolment for the next batch of recruits is by mid-September via University of Derby.
The apprenticeship dedicated to concrete Masonry and Precast products developed in partnership with MPA Masonry and MPA Precast, and delivered by University of Derby’s Centre for Mineral Products, a leading provider of construction materials courses, with distance learning, class-based teaching and on-site training with an employer.
University-level diploma from the University of Derby
Level 5 Apprenticeship accredited by the Institute for Apprenticeships
NVQ Level 4 in Safety, Health & Environment (SHE 4) plus the opportunity to progress to BSc in Minerals Management.
|Earn as you learn
||Besides a unique training opportunity and sought-after qualification, participants can work and earn a good salary while studying.
||Year 1 modules common with other industry apprenticeships (safety, operations, products, applications, sustainability, interpersonal skills, etc). Year 2 provides in-depth knowledge and skills in a range of areas of Masonry and Precast concrete. Plus an end-point assessment.
||Location in Derby enables easy access to class-based elements of the course (typically 4 weekends per year) while participants work at one of the many precast concrete companies across the country.
||Candidates will have good A levels or their equivalent in relevant disciplines (science, technology, engineering are desirable but not essential). Up to 30 places are available to the right candidates.
To enrol for 2023 – contact your employer’s Training & Development Manager for further details.
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