Warrington Apprenticeships

Whatever your skill set, career path or level of education, we are confident we have an apprenticeship or degree apprenticeship for you.

Apprenticeship & Degree Apprenticeships applications are now closed for our 2017 intake.

Information on our Warrington based apprenticeships and degree apprenticeships we have available can be found below.

Due to the requirements of our apprenticeship schemes we cannot accept Functional Skills in Maths and English.

Business Administration

24  month programme

What will my role involve?

As a Business Administration apprentice, you will be part of a training programme designed to develop the skills required to provide quality support for management teams within a variety of departments such as; Human Resources, Finance, Legal Services, Commercial, IT, Operations and Projects. This support may include, but is not limited to activities such as diary management, arranging meetings, travel arrangements, Display Screen Equipment assessments, taking minutes and organising internal and external events. You will develop excellent communication and interpersonal skills and be confident whilst dealing with a variety of stakeholders. You may also work as a Personal Assistant to one of the company’s directors or senior managers.

Where will my training be delivered?

Cumbrian based Business Administration Apprentices will be located at either Sellafield site or at one of our satellite offices in Whitehaven or Workington. Your academic studies will be on a part time day release basis at one of our local training providers.

Warrington based Business Administration Apprentices will be located at either Hinton House or at one of our satellite offices in the Warrington area. Training and development will be provided on the job and your personal college tutor will visit you to complete your academic assessments in the workplace.

Note

Current preferred training providers are GEN2 at the Energus facility in Workington for Cumbrian based apprentices and Warrington Collegiate for Warrington based apprentices.

What qualifications will I obtain?

You will complete an NVQ level 2 in Business Administration.

Qualification Requirements

A minimum of 3 GCSEs, at grade C and above are required in Mathematics, English Language and one ICT subject (ICT level 2, BTEC level 3, Higher ECDL or similar).

Mechanical Engineering Design (Degree Apprenticeship)

36-60 month phased programme

What will my role involve?

As a Mechanical Engineering Design Degree apprentice, you will be part of a training programme designed to develop the skills required to successfully deliver Sellafield Ltd’s current and future missions as an Engineer. You will learn common elements of engineering such as the application of Maths and Science to engineering design, fundamentals of computer aided engineering including 3D modelling, and develop specialist mechanical technical knowledge.

Where will my training be delivered?

Year 1

You will commence full time academic and engineering studies at one of our local training providers.

Years 2 to 5 You will be office based but will continue your academic studies on a part-time day release basis at one of our local training providers.

Note Current preferred training providers are Wigan and Leigh College for Warrington based apprentices and GEN2 at the Energus facility for Cumbrian based apprentices.

What qualifications will I obtain?

Years 1 to 3 You will complete a level 5 Foundation Degree/HND in Mechanical Engineering.

For candidates with the potential to progress further:

Years 4 to 5

You will complete a level 6 BEng in Mechanical Engineering.

Qualification Requirements

Minimum of 5 GCSEs at Grade C (Step 4) or above, including English Language, Maths & a Science subject (Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Science or similar). Minimum of 96 UCAS points, including Mathematics and Science at A Level Grade C or above.

Control, Electrical & Instrumentation Engineering Design (Degree Apprenticeship)

36-60 month phased programme

What will my role involve?

As a Control, Electrical and Instrumentation (CE&I) Engineering Design Degree apprentice apprentice, you will be part of a training programme designed to develop the skills required to successfully deliver Sellafield Ltd’s current and future missions as an Engineer. You will learn common elements of engineering such as the application of Maths and Science to engineering design, fundamentals of computer aided engineering including 3D modelling, and develop specialist control, electrical and instrumentation technical knowledge.

Where will my training be delivered?

Year 1

You will commence full time academic and engineering studies at one of our local training providers.

Years 2 to 5 You will be office based but will continue your academic studies on a part-time day release basis at one of our local training providers.

Note Current preferred training providers are Wigan and Leigh College for Warrington based apprentices and GEN2 at the Energus facility for Cumbrian based apprentices.

What qualifications will I obtain?

Years 1 to 3 You will complete a level 5 Foundation Degree/HND in CE&I Engineering.

For candidates with the potential to progress further:

Years 4 to 5

You will complete a level 6 BEng in CE&I Engineering.

Qualification Requirements

Minimum of 5 GCSEs at Grade C (Step 4) or above, including English Language, Maths & a Science subject (Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Science or similar). Minimum of 96 UCAS points, including Mathematics and Science at A Level Grade C or above. Other Level 3 STEM qualifications may be considered.

Civil and Structural Engineering Design (Degree Apprenticeship)

36-60 month phased programme

What will my role involve?

As a Civil and Structural Engineering Design Degree apprentice you will be part of a training programme designed to develop the skills required to successfully deliver Sellafield Ltd’s current and future missions as an Engineer. You will learn common elements of engineering such as the application of Maths and Science to engineering design, fundamentals of computer aided engineering including 3D modelling, and develop specialist civil and structural technical knowledge.

Where will my training be delivered?

Year 1

You will commence full time academic and engineering studies at one of our local training providers.

Years 2 to 5 You will be office based but will continue your academic studies on a part-time day release basis at one of our local training providers.

Note Current preferred training providers are Wigan and Leigh College for Warrington based apprentices and GEN2 at the Energus facility for Cumbrian based apprentices.

What qualifications will I obtain?

Years 1 to 3 You will complete a level 5 Foundation Degree/HND in Civil and Structural Engineering.

For candidates with the potential to progress further:

Years 4 to 5

You will complete a level 6 BEng in Civil and Structural Engineering.

Qualification Requirements

Minimum of 5 GCSEs at Grade C (Step 4) or above, including English Language, Maths & a Science subject (Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Science or similar). Minimum of 96 UCAS points, including Mathematics and Science at A Level Grade C or above. Other Level 3 STEM qualifications may be considered.