Guidance

Apprenticeship standard: machinist - advanced manufacturing engineering (approved for delivery)

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This standard is no longer available and has been replaced by the engineering technician standard.

Describes the job role an apprentice will be doing and the skills required of them by the advanced manufacturing sector.

Documents

Apprenticeship standard for a machinist advanced manufacturing engineer

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Assessment plan for a machinist advanced manufacturing engineer

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Details

This document is relevant to:

  • employers wanting to recruit an apprentice
  • training organisations working with employers to make the apprenticeships available

The approved standard outlines the skills, knowledge and behaviours required of the apprentice and the job they will need to be able to do by the time they have completed their apprenticeship.

This standard is ready to use.

Employers involved in creating this standard

The standard for a machinist [advanced manufacturing engineering] was developed by:

  • BAE Systems
  • Silicoms Ltd (SME)
  • Rolls Royce plc
  • AugustaWestland Ltd
  • GTA England
  • Paradigm Precision (SME)
  • GKN Aerospace
  • Co-Eng Ltd (SME)
  • AMRC Training Centre
  • Quinton Major Limited (SME)

Funding information for employers and training organisations

Funding band (6 = highest 1 = lowest): 6

Maximum core government contribution: £18,000

Read the funding rules for apprenticeship standards for further information.