Advanced Apprenticeship Land-based Service Engineering Technician Apprenticeship

Information for employers

With a constant demand in industry for competent engineers, you want to ensure your employees have the skills to work effectively, skilfully and with autonomy, by developing the best standards of practice in your workplace. Do this through apprenticeships: a cost-effective way to attract and train new talent to the sector or retain experience within your organisation.

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Develop passionate, knowledgeable employees

This apprenticeship offers a unique opportunity, as a national scheme working exclusively with Case and New Holland (CNH). This means that apprentices don't only get excellent training and support from Writtle College; they also get access to the resources of CNH's National Training Centre in Basildon.

Who is this apprenticeship for?

The Land-based Service Engineering Technician Advanced Apprenticeship is suitable for employed land-based service engineers who are interested in developing their technical and professional skills and knowledge.

You may wish to create a new role within your organisation to attract fresh talent or develop your existing staff.

Capabilities to better your organisation

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A cost-effective way to develop and retain talent

Employer co-investment/cost: the funding and employer contribution is determined by the age of the apprentice at the start of their course and the number of employees your company has. The Training Plan contract and Apprenticeship agreement you will sign with us will outline the course details, costs, terms and commitment of all parties.

To find out more about expected employer co-investments, please visit the key information section on our apprenticeships for employers page.

Our dedicated consultants can talk you through the detail.

Industry recognised professional accreditation

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Accredited by Lantra

Lantra works with a wide range of employers and apprenticeship training providers to provide essential levels of support and quality independent assessment of End Point Assessments (EPA) across many apprenticeships in the land-based sector.

Delivered by experts with delivery options to meet your organisation’s needs

Our Land-based Service Engineering Technician Apprenticeship is delivered through a blend of on-the-job training and on-campus learning activities from sector specialists and practitioners.

At least 20% of apprentices contracted hours will be classed as ‘off the job’. This time will be dedicated to developing the knowledge and skills needed to meet the requirements of the apprenticeship, and therefore is not part of their usual work duties.

What are the entry requirements?

As an employer you set out the person specifications for the role, but the apprentice will need to meet our entry requirements to be accepted onto the course. You can view the full entry requirements on our Land-based Service Engineering Technician apprentice course page.

Our dedicated consultant can talk you through the detail.

Helping you find the right apprentice

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Recruitment support

Our dedicated apprenticeship team is on hand to help you attract the best candidates for your organisation. We can help with:

  • Crafting job advertisements
  • Adding your vacancy to the National Apprenticeship Service ‘Find an Apprenticeship’ on your behalf
  • Sharing opportunities across our social media channels.

Our consultants will also be happy to support you in determining the suitability of the candidates you receive.

Next steps

If you'd like to know more about the apprenticeship, have a current employee in mind or are thinking of recruiting an apprentice for your organisation, our designated team of experts are here to support you at every step. Get in touch today.

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