Engineering: Asset Lifecycle and Maintenance

Modern Apprenticeship


What's Engineering: Asset Lifecycle and Maintenance like?

This apprenticeship supports you if you're working, or want to work, with engineering assets. Engineering assets include machines and equipment that a company owns. The roles you could work in include:

  • maintenance engineer

  • instrumentation and control technician

  • valve technician

  • mechanical engineer

  • electrical engineer

  • rail engineer

  • electrical and mechanical fitters

  • agricultural engineer

  • installation engineer

  • commissioning engineer

  • test engineer

Engineering framework - 432 x 288

Entry requirements

There are no set entry requirements. It may be useful to have some work experience but employers will also welcome a strong interest in engineering and an enthusiasm for the role.

How does it work?

You’ll learn in a real-world environment and earn a wage. You’ll also study with a college or another learning provider. 

How long will it take?

This Modern Apprenticeship will take around 4 years to complete.

How to apply

Use the 'Find vacancies near you' search at the end of this page to look for vacancies, then you can apply online.

You'll apply on or the company’s own website – there are details on the vacancy advert.

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