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  1. Tool process design engineer (level 6)

    The design of a unique tooling process pathway that enables components to be mass produced in the most economically viable way.

    Apprenticeship category
    Engineering and manufacturing
  2. Creative digital design professional (integrated degree) (level 6)

    Providing digital design solutions to internal and external clients, across a range of sectors and contexts.

    Apprenticeship category
    Digital
  3. Embedded electronic systems design and development engineer (degree) (level 6)

    Designing and developing electronic circuits, devices and systems for a range of industries.

    Apprenticeship category
    Engineering and manufacturing
  4. Engineering design and draughtsperson (level 3)

    Producing engineering designs and drawings for components, structures and systems used in industrial and commercial construction.

    Apprenticeship category
    Engineering and manufacturing
  5. Railway engineering design technician (level 3)

    Provide technical support to engineers who design infrastructure and systems for railways.

    Apprenticeship category
    Engineering and manufacturing
  6. Fitted furniture design technician (level 3)

    Creating initial ideas, design concepts and plans for fitted furniture interiors.

    Apprenticeship category
    Engineering and manufacturing
  7. Building services design technician (level 3)

    Supporting engineers, surveyors and architects on construction projects.

    Apprenticeship category
    Construction
  8. Design and construction management (degree) (level 6)

    Leading, managing and coordinating the design and/or construction process on building and infrastructure projects.

    Apprenticeship category
    Construction
  9. Construction design and build technician (level 4)

    Helping with essential building tasks such as planning, designing and project management.

    Apprenticeship category
    Construction
  10. Building services design engineer (degree) (level 6)

    Designing, installing and maintaining building services, such as water, lighting and heating.

    Apprenticeship category
    Construction
  11. Product design and development engineer (degree) (level 6)

    Using engineering techniques to bring new products to life or redesign existing products.

    Apprenticeship category
    Engineering and manufacturing
  12. Electro-mechanical engineer (level 6)

    Solve real-world problems using a combination of mechanical and electrical engineering expertise.

    Apprenticeship category
    Engineering and manufacturing
  13. Architect (integrated degree) (level 7)

    Working on the design of new buildings and the redesign of existing buildings.

    Apprenticeship category
    Construction
  14. Publishing assistant (level 3)

    Supporting key parts of the publishing process from the conception to production.

    Apprenticeship category
    Creative and design
  15. Garment maker (level 3)

    Constructing garments - bringing the design to life, following specifications and quality standards.

    Apprenticeship category
    Creative and design
  16. Groundworker (level 2)

    Interpreting design specifications to prepare a construction site ready for structural building works to take place.

    Apprenticeship category
    Construction
  17. Senior professional economist (integrated degree) (level 7)

    Design, implement and lead programmes of economic analysis to support decision-making.

    Apprenticeship category
    Legal, finance and accounting
  18. Signage technician (level 3)

    Design, manufacture, fabricate and install signage.

    Apprenticeship category
    Engineering and manufacturing
  19. Senior metrology technician (level 5)

    Managing teams that use, design and repair equipment for taking measurements.

    Apprenticeship category
    Health and science
  20. Assistant puppet maker (level 3)

    Supporting the design, manufacture and performance of puppets.

    Apprenticeship category
    Creative and design
  21. Broadcast and media systems technician (level 5)

    Ensure the reliability and integrity of broadcast and media systems critical to the delivery of TV, radio and online services; in a broadcast industry.

    Apprenticeship category
    Creative and design
  22. Cultural learning and participation officer (level 3)

    Planning, organising and co-ordinating artistic and cultural education community engagement projects.

    Apprenticeship category
    Creative and design
  23. Engineering technician (level 3)

    Designing, building, servicing and repairing a range of engineering products and services.

    Apprenticeship category
    Engineering and manufacturing
  24. Bespoke furniture maker (level 3)

    Producing and assembling bespoke pieces of furniture to meet individual customers’ requirements.

    Apprenticeship category
    Creative and design
  25. Civil engineer (degree) (level 6)

    Designing, maintaining and decommissioning civil engineering infrastructure.

    Apprenticeship category
    Construction
  26. Florist (level 2)

    Using expertise to sell, arrange and cut flowers.

    Apprenticeship category
    Agriculture, environmental and animal care
  27. Junior content producer (level 3)

    Creating content for a wide range of media, including digital, social media, broadcast and print.

    Apprenticeship category
    Creative and design
  28. Landscape technician (level 3)

    Work with and support landscape professionals in designing, planning and managing spaces in both natural and built environments.

    Apprenticeship category
    Construction
  29. Storyboard artist (level 7)

    To use storyboards to visualise the narrative, planning shots and drawing panels to demonstrate the staging/action, and maintain continuity between scenes of a production.

    Apprenticeship category
    Creative and design
  30. Blacksmith (level 3)

    Using craft, art or skill to design, shape and join metal components by hot forging and other metal working processes for small batch or bespoke production and/or heritage metalwork conservation.

    Apprenticeship category
    Creative and design
  31. Historic Environment Advisor (level 7)

    Responsible for providing specialist and authoritative advice, guidance and assessment to those working on heritage assets and the legal and policy frameworks for their protection.

    Apprenticeship category
    Creative and design
  32. New furniture product developer (level 3)

    Developing new and improved furniture products such as domestic and office furniture

    Apprenticeship category
    Engineering and manufacturing
  33. Nuclear technician (level 5)

    Providing technical support to engineers and scientists in the nuclear industry

    Apprenticeship category
    Engineering and manufacturing
  34. Electrical power networks engineer (level 4)

    Working in an engineering team to maintain and repair assets on the electricity network.

    Apprenticeship category
    Engineering and manufacturing
  35. Power and propulsion gas turbine engineer (level 7)

    Design and develop, operate and maintain gas turbine systems.

    Apprenticeship category
    Engineering and manufacturing
  36. Non-destructive testing (NDT) operator (level 2)

    Inspecting components, materials, welds and other items within manufacturing processes.

    Apprenticeship category
    Engineering and manufacturing
  37. Non-destructive testing engineer (degree) (level 6)

    Testing materials used in machinery and structures to find faults like corrosion, cracks, flaws and other imperfections.

    Apprenticeship category
    Engineering and manufacturing
  38. Non-destructive testing engineering technician (level 3)

    Using specialist methods to detect cracks and other imperfections in manufactured components, including those that have been in service for a period of time.

    Apprenticeship category
    Engineering and manufacturing
  39. Historic environment advice assistant (level 4)

    Providing technical, research and logistical support to Historic Environment professionals working with heritage assets.

    Apprenticeship category
    Creative and design
  40. Systems engineer (degree) (level 7)

    Solving some of the most complex engineering challenges by organising all the information needed to understand the whole problem, exploring it and finding the most appropriate solution.

    Apprenticeship category
    Engineering and manufacturing
  41. Electrical or electronic technical support engineer (degree) (level 6)

    Supporting the manufacturing of new products by bringing the product to life and resolving manufacturing problems.

    Apprenticeship category
    Engineering and manufacturing
  42. Golf greenkeeper (level 2)

    Caring for the overall appearance of a golf course, maintaining a good quality playing surface and ensuring a challenging and enjoyable experience for golfers.

    Apprenticeship category
    Agriculture, environmental and animal care
  43. Healthcare science practitioner (integrated degree) (level 6)

    Supporting the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of medical conditions.

    Apprenticeship category
    Health and science
  44. Furniture manufacturer (level 2)

    Making all kinds of beds, furniture and their related furnishings in a workshop or factory.

    Apprenticeship category
    Engineering and manufacturing
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