Marshall Aerospace Engineering Apprenticeship Level 3
As an engineering apprentice you will be exposed to a range of knowledge, skills and behaviours to meet the Engineering Technician Standard. Not only will this demonstrate competency in the role but will complement wider business strategy and enable you to support your long-term career development. You work alongside highly skilled engineers and mechanics, receive comprehensive On-the-Job Training as well as be supported by a mentor throughout the programme.
You will return to Bombardier Services to complete Year 2 and 3 as an aircraft fitter, where you will continue studying your Level 3 Aircraft Maintenance Diploma and study for your A UK CAA A License Modules. You will be expected to demonstrate the high level of skill and knowledge required to carry out maintenance repairs and modifications to a variety of Bombardier Business Jet aircraft, safely, on time and within budget.
Bombardier is a global leader, creating innovative and game-changing planes. Our products and services provide world-class transportation experiences that set new standards in passenger comfort, energy, efficiency, reliability and safety. We are a global organization focused on working together with a team spirit.
Bombardier London Service Centre in Biggin Hill is part of an award-winning network of MRO’s and is the flagship of Bombardier’s European operation. Our Base and Line Maintenance Centre is the fastest-growing Service Centre in Europe and the largest Business Aircraft OEM in the UK. Our brand-new state-of-the-art facility has the capabilities to perform an array of maintenance checks, modifications and upgrades all from this site. Only 14 miles from London, Bombardier’s Biggin Hill Service Centre is ideally located to support operators in the UK region and beyond.
Marshalls Skills Academy delivers technical and compliance training within the civil and defence aviation sector and technical engineering apprenticeships. Their vast experience and expertise in aerospace and engineering make them ideally placed to work with the industry to address the growing global skills gap in aircraft maintenance, inspiring and developing the next generation of talent and helping existing teams to remain compliant in a safety-critical industry.