Published on January 12th, 2020 | by Mark Dwyer0
Dublin Aerospace Apprenticeships 2020
Commencing in September 2020 the Dublin Aerospace Aircraft Technician Apprenticeships are a fantastic opportunity to gain internationally recognised qualifications. The apprenticeship lasts 4 years and includes both classroom based learning and on the job learning in a fully operational aircraft environment.
Apprentices will learn how Aircraft and their systems work including:
- Getting hands-on avionic electrical and mechanical engineering experience.
- Working in a diverse, disciplined and highly regulated environment.
- Earning a Level 6 QQI Advanced Certificate from Solas and an EASA Part 66 Aircraft Maintenance Engineers Licence from the Irish Aviation Authority.
The apprenticeships takes a minimum of 4 years and has both practical hands on and classroom based aspects. The Apprenticeship consists of 7 phases, 4 On-the-Job Phases with Dublin Aerospace and 3 Off-the-Job Phases with the Education & Training Boards
You must have a desire to work with your hands, a keen interest in the aviation industry and a positive attitude to studying and work.
- The ability to understand technical information and diagrams is important.
- You must also be able to follow written instructions and record actions taken.
- Good teamwork is a key quality.
- Taking responsibility for your own learning, including the allocation of study time.
You need to have at least a “C” at Ordinary Level or “D” at Higher Level in the Junior Certificate (or equivalent) in one sitting in the required subjects.
In the Leaving Certificate at least an O6 / D in ordinary level in the required subjects.
- Over 18 years of age upon commencement of the apprenticeship.
- Permitted to live in Ireland without restriction
- Full security and background check
- Colour vision and medical assessment.
If you’re interested, you can apply HERE.