GMIT ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY
Engineering Apprenticeships at GMIT
Apprenticeships offer school leavers, those changing their career, and mature students an alternative route to develop new skills. You can find all the information you require about apprenticeships on the apprenticeship.ie website. The apprenticeship.ie website gives details of all apprenticeship courses available in Ireland.
How do I become an Apprentice? First, you need to find employment with a company that provides training to apprentices. The Find Apprenticeship Jobs section of the apprenticeship.ie website is a great resource to help you with this. Then the employer registers you as an apprentice. After that, SOLAS (Ireland's further education and training authority) will notify you of where and when your off-the-job training will take place.
Industry-led Apprenticeships GMIT also delivers the following industry-led apprenticeship courses: Higher Certificate in Engineering in Manufacturing Engineering (Apprenticeship) gmit.ie/engineering-apprenticeships/higher-certificate-engineering-manufacturing-engineering-apprenticeship Bachelor of Engineering in Manufacturing Engineering (Apprenticeship) gmit.ie/engineering-apprenticeships/bachelor-engineering-manufacturing-engineering-apprenticeship Craft Apprenticeships Craft apprenticeship courses comprise 7 training phases, which are taken sequentially over 4 years. • Phase 1: On-the-job training with the employer • Phase 2: Off-the-job training in an Education Training Board (ETB) training centre • Phase 3: On-the-job training with the employer • Phase 4: Off-the-job training in an Institute of Technology / Technological University • Phase 5: On-the-job training with the employer • Phase 6: Off-the-job training in an Institute of Technology / Technological University • Phase 7: On-the-job training with the employer GMIT delivers off-the-job training courses in Electrical and Motor Mechanic apprenticeships at Phase 4 and Phase 6 . You can find the details of these training courses using the links below. L6 Advanced Certificate – Craft Electrical gmit.ie/apprentice-education/advanced-certificate-craft-electrical-apprenticeship L6 Advanced Certificate – Craft Motor Mechanics gmit.ie/engineering-apprenticeships/advanced-certificate-craft-motor-mechanics-apprenticeship
Talk to us: James Boyle, Head of Department of
Engineering Apprenticeships E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Prof GrahamHeaslip, Head of School of Engineering E-mail: email@example.com
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