BMet successfully delivers engineering related apprenticeships

BMet works with multinational companies to successfully deliver engineering related apprenticeships within manufacturing, electrical/electronic and automation and control systems. Our expertise, knowledge and partnerships embed in our teaching and delivery.

BMet offers over 180 apprenticeships at level 3, 4 and 5 in engineering, all geared towards igniting rewarding and sustainable careers. By choosing BMet, students have fantastic opportunities to work for established and leading companies locally and nationally.

Our apprenticeship programmes run from BMet’s James Watt College campus. Here learners benefit from first class teaching, great facilities and industry-standard equipment at a popular technical and vocational site – widely recognised as a centre of excellence in engineering.

Many of our learners’ study either a Higher National Certificate or a Foundation degree in several engineering disciplines and could progress onto level 6 and 7 courses.

Ahmad, who is studying an advanced manufacturing engineering with BMet and Hydraforce Hydraulics Ltd said: “My experience of this apprenticeship has overall been a joyful and challenging one. When I am at college, the teachers are very supportive, have helped me to understand a complex subject area and have made sure I have been able to learn in a practical environment.”

Delivery models can be day release, block release or full-time programmes.  We also have a designated learning hub at Oxford on the site of a multinational car manufacturing company, where we deliver to both apprentices and employers wanting to upskill and gain higher qualifications.

Neil Davies, Department Director for Engineering at BMet said: “We work with companies and students, to deliver a high-quality model and excellent pastoral links and support for all. With strong links to employers, our learners can prosper in a thriving environment.”