Apprenticeships - What will I do?
In addition to their academic sessions, apprentices develop practical skills in line with the core business of Hydram, which leads towards an NVQ level 3. Apprentices gain not only the technical knowledge which is delivered onsite by members of Hydram’s training team, but also the necessary practical skills on the latest production machinery:
CNC laser cutting machines
CNC Punching machines
CNC milling and turning
Automated paint line
Manual and Robotic Welding
3D CAD design
You can find out more about the academic side here.
“This is a great opportunity for young people with an interest in engineering. They are gaining knowledge and experience from an established team of engineers within Hydram, and from a company perspective they are learning exactly what this business needs to continue its expansion within the sheet metal sector.”
Neil Mawson, Hydram Training Manager