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Apprenticeship training course

Battery manufacturing technician (level 3)

Prepare for and conduct processes in one stage of cell or battery manufacture.

Qualification level
Equivalent to A level.
Typical duration
36 months
Apprenticeship category
Engineering and manufacturing
Maximum funding
Maximum amount government will fund
for apprenticeship training.
Skills an apprentice will learn
  • Obtain and read instructions or information to understand task.
  • Plan task. Identify and organise resources with consideration for safety, security, environmental impact, cost, and quality.
  • Identify hazards and risks in the workplace.
  • Apply health, safety and environmental procedures in compliance with regulations, standards and codes of practice for example lock out tag out (LOTO).
  • Reinstate work area: housekeeping, replacing tools and equipment.
  • Segregate resources for reuse, recycling, and handling.
  • Apply sustainability principles for example, in choice of materials, minimising waste.
  • Follow operational procedures including on-going quality checks: visual, tolerances, and non-conformances.
  • Transfer product, intermediate or final, to next stage.
  • Follow preventative maintenance practices. For example, cleaning electrodes, ensuring tooling is within calibration date, checking guarding, lubrication of tooling, safety checks, and inspection for wear and tear.
  • Record or enter information - paper based or electronic. For example, process and production records, traceability records, and quality assurance records.
  • Apply problem solving techniques. Make suggestions to resolve problems.
  • Interpret data for example, process data, quality control and test procedure data. Use data to validate suggestions.
  • Apply continuous improvement techniques for example, lean, 6 Sigma, KAIZEN.
  • Devise suggestions for improvement. For example, improving the energy consumption or waste profile of processes and procedures to improve the sustainability or carbon footprint of a product, process or task.
  • Apply team working principles.
  • Communicate with others verbally for example, colleagues and stakeholders.
  • Communicate in writing in the workplace for example, handover notes or emails, non-conformances, design change requests.
  • Escalate issues outside limits of responsibility.
  • Use digital technologies. Comply with GDPR and cyber security regulations and policies.
  • Plan how to meet personal development needs. Carry out and record planned and unplanned continued professional development (CPD) activities. Evaluate CPD against plans made.

Full information on Battery manufacturing technician (level 3) is available from the Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education.

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