- You enjoy testing and fault finding
- You’d like to specialise in electrical work
- You’re good at maths and science
- You have great practical skills
- You like the idea of tackling large projects
- You’d like to have a varied job role
Where would we be without electricians - literally? Electrical engineering technicians design, build and maintain systems and components found in all kinds of areas from mobile telecommunications and consumer electronics, through to aircraft flight controls and satellite technology.
As an Electrical Engineer you will be responsible for designing, developing and testing as well as supervising the production of electrical and electronic equipment and machinery.
Level 3 in Electrical Engineering Apprenticeship
So, what does the future hold?
It's always important to consider your future career opportunities and as a qualified Electrical Engineering Apprentice you could see yourself working in industries such as: Communications, Consumer Electronics or Aerospace.
Your job role once you're qualified as a Level 3 Apprentice could be: Industrial Electrician, Electrical Engineering Technician, Electrical, Design Engineer, Electrical Testing Technician, Measurement & Control Technician