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Are you looking for a long-term and rewarding engineering career? This apprenticeship equips you with the necessary skills to break into one of Scotland's largest and most economically valuable industries.

This apprenticeship supports Engineering roles across many different areas of work such as such as Additive Manufacturing, Advanced Manufacturing, Digital Manufacture, Design Engineering, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Manufacturing, Mechanical Engineering, Metrology, and Welding.

The goal of the apprenticeship is to enable you to apply advanced engineering practice and principles in supporting and making engineering and manufacturing decisions.

In this apprenticeship, you'll have the opportunity to complete activities associated with the distribution of gas (“upstream”) to the fitting and maintenance of gas equipment within the customers’ property (“downstream”).

Creating a building from the ground up is an accomplishment. If you're interested in developing your building skills, then studying for a construction apprenticeship could help you find your ideal job.

Do you want to join a sector that is focused on revolutionising Scotland's approach to efficient energy production? Study for an apprenticeship in power distribution and have the chance to tinker with innovative hardware.

Engineers bring ideas to life. They design, create, test and improve all sorts of products and processes. From James Watt's steam engine to Andy Scott's Kelpies, Scotland is great at engineering.

So, there's never been a better time to start your ICT career. A Foundation Apprenticeship in IT: Hardware and System Support could lead to jobs like: cyber security analyst, IT support technician, security administrator and network manager.

Scotland's process manufacturing sector has a variety of jobs to choose from. Work as a maintenance technician and keep engineering assets in good condition. Become a refinery operative and test products to ensure they meet safety standards.

Scotland's plumbing industry is one of the most diverse sectors in the country, so there are plenty of job opportunities. Become a project manager and supervise your own plumbing team. Work as a chartered engineer and develop your own engineering solutions.

With this Foundation Apprenticeship, you'll be setting yourself up for roles that are in demand not just now, but in the future too. As a software or web developer, you can use your skills to create programs, robotic systems, apps and websites. As a database administrator or network manager you'd design and build computer systems to store and manipulate vital information.

Engineering construction involves the creation and maintenance of projects across the oil, water, pharmaceutical, nuclear and environmental industries. You'll have the chance to learn about renewable energy sources such as geothermal energy and how to use it to its full potential.

The apprenticeship offers the chance to learn a variety of skills. You'll learn how to install and maintain electrical systems across a variety of sites, such as hospitals, stadiums and housing projects.

The apprenticeship is designed to help you succeed in the engineering industry. You can learn how to create modern structures such as roads or tunnels. You'll have the chance to work with the latest engineering technology and put your ideas into practice.

Study for an apprenticeship in land engineering and be part of a sector that's focused on the safe management of forests and farming areas.

This Modern Apprenticeship supports you to win solid rocks and minerals and to process these to make raw materials for other industries. Winning is achieved by quarrying, mining or dredging.

If you want to help build something that lasts, then an apprenticeship in construction could be what you're looking for. Learn how to work with materials like timber and be part of an industry that is shaping the future of Scotland.

Studying for an apprenticeship in IT and Telecoms can give you the chance to put your HTML skills into practice. Join an industry that champions innovative thinking.

From engineering to painting, there are many career opportunities for you in the signmaking sector. It covers graphic design, artwork, woodwork, electrical engineering and much more.

Civil engineering covers a huge range of jobs, like:civil engineer, civil engineering technician, quantity surveyor, town planner, structural engineer, construction manager and land surveyor.

The apprenticeship is suited for people who are safety-focused. You'll be able to learn about the latest anti-terrorist technology and how to apply is to offices, businesses and homes. You can also develop your knowledge of security systems and contribute to the enhancements of existing machines.

This technical apprenticeship is great for anyone who wants to develop specialist engineering skills. Learn about different manufacturing techniques like moulding and shearing. Develop your understanding of advanced engineering industries such as telecommunications.

Studying for an apprenticeship in IT and Telecoms can help you find a technology-related job. Be part of a sector that's focused on transforming the digital landscape of Scotland.

Build the future of Scotland's cities by studying an apprenticeship in construction. You'll have the chance to create something from scratch and join one of Scotland's most versatile sectors.

The apprenticeship can help you develop a wide range of creative skills. Develop your knowledge of heritage goods and work with different materials such as leather and tweed. You'll also have the chance to research the latest fashion trends and learn about advanced crafting techniques.

With a Graduate Apprenticeship in Cyber Security, you'll build a career in a fast paced sector where new job roles and competencies evolve quickly. We've worked with the employers, college and universities in the IT industry to create this qualification. This means you'll be gaining the skills, knowledge and understanding that the industry expects from a graduate.

Study an apprenticeship in print occupations and be at the forefront of an emerging industry in Scotland. The apprenticeship is designed to increase your awareness of press and print production. Work with the latest hardware such as 3D and interactive printers.

Work in an ever growing industry and become involved in spirits production. The sector in Scotland is booming and it’s made up of large multinational organisations through to small craft distillers.

This technical apprenticeship is ideal for anyone who wants to contribute to Scotland's landscape and progress in their construction career. You'll learn the skills to help you progress to a managerial role in the construction industry.

Study for an automotive apprenticeship and find a job you're passionate about. This apprenticeship helps you develop vehicle maintenance and body repair skills. Whether you like classic cars or modern motors, you'll find a role that suits you.

The design apprenticeship is great for anyone who is new to design and wants to develop their knowledge. You'll have the chance to work in a creative environment, learn to follow a design process, as well as research, test and apply design techniques.

Study a creative and cultural apprenticeship and help show the country at its best. Work in our theatres, museums, community centres, galleries or world-renowned events, like Celtic Connections and the Edinburgh Fringe.

Learn how to shape the future of Scotland's food industry with this agriculture apprenticeship. Agriculture involves the management of crops, meat and fish and you can be part of a sector that's focused on promoting a healthy lifestyle.

The Foundation Apprenticeship is rooted in the highly respected profession of business administration. And, you'll get the opportunity to learn about other management and business priorities, such as: digital marketing, procurement, supply chain management and enterprise.

In this apprenticeship you'll learn how carry out water samples, chemically treat water and install and maintain water service equipment to protect consumers from harm. You'll learn first-hand from talented professionals and gain valuable industry experience.

If you have a love for the outdoors and enjoy constructing or making things, then a boat building and repair apprenticeship could be for you. You'll learn about fabrication and welding, boat carpentry and joinery, marine electrics and marine engineering all while working by Scotland's coast.

Working in the facilities services industry involves maintaining a secure environment within places like hospitals, offices and schools. You'll learn how to improve the security of a building and repair complex safety systems. Increase your engineering knowledge and discover how to maintain a clean work setting.

With a Graduate Apprenticeship in IT: Management for Business, you'll build a career in a fast paced sector where new job roles and competencies evolve quickly.

With a Foundation Apprenticeship in Scientific Technologies, you'll be getting into a career with lots of opportunities. There is a great and growing demand for more young workers with Science, Technology, Engineering, and Maths (STEM) skills and qualifications. And, on average, those working in STEM careers earn 20% more than those working in other fields.

Whether you're interested in health care or environmental research, a Modern Apprenticeship in Life Science can lead to plenty of career opportunities. You could research cures for cancer or design the latest cardiovascular technology.

Do you want to build the crucial infrastructure of tomorrow's world? This apprenticeship was designed to meet the current skills shortage of qualified rail engineers and provide a route into employment.

Whether you are a storyteller, artist, techie or designer, there is a job for you in Scotland's creative sector. It covers broadcasting, TV, journalism, design, textiles, publishing, gaming and more.

For anyone looking to pursue a career as a scientist, technologist or engineer, the Food and Drink sector offers a great range of challenging and rewarding opportunities which include speedy pathways to promotion.

From data analysis to construction management, there are a wide range of opportunities available in the Scottish water industry. It covers research, design, data modelling, construction, systems management and many other crucial fields of expertise.

Industrial applications cross into a range of sectors such as food and drink production, life sciences and supply chain. Learn about specialist manufacturing techniques like fibre spinning and sheet metal moulding. Discover how to maximise productivity in a factory environment.

The construction industry is a fast moving and diverse industry with my occupational routes. The Construction Industry Training Board has identified the sector as having four distinct areas: Construction Building, Construction Civil Engineering, Construction Specialist and Construction Technical and Professional. The aim of this Professional Apprenticeship is to develop talent in a range of construction occupations in order to provide the industry with a well-trained productive workforce.

Whether you're interested in IT or digital marketing, the apprenticeship can teach you valuable skills. You'll have the chance to learn about different application software packages and multimedia platforms. Learn what it means to set up an IT system and provide ongoing support.

The goal of the apprenticeship is to enable you to effectively provide the required financial services relevant to your area of work within a financial services organisation.

Whether you're interested in Instagram or Facebook, there's a job for you in the digital marketing industry. This apprenticeship is ideal for anyone who wants to work in a fast paced, creative environment. No day in digital marketing is ever the same.

From designers to salesmen, there is a job for you in Scotland's retail sector. This apprenticeship covers fashion, technology, food and drink, entertainment, health and beauty and much more.