Designed specifically to support the increased demand for automation technicians, OAS has partnered with The Manufacturing Technology Centre to develop the Level 4 Automation & Controls Apprenticeship.
The 48-month course consists of 8 modules that cover all the engineering and management skills that apprentices will need to progress their careers.
This industry-recognised qualification is designed to develop employees who are looking to progress to a higher level-technical role, which could lead to future progression and leadership roles.
Apprentices will gain the necessary skills and knowledge to advance within a variety of industries, including:
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Apprenticeships are an invaluable tool for recruiting new talent and developing your existing workforce.
With role-specific learning and tailored on-the-job training, apprentices will help you build a motivated, skilled and qualified workforce, helping your business to succeed.
This Level 4 Automation & Controls Apprenticeship will help you develop the next generation of engineers to support the future skills needs of your business, by:
If you're a levy payer, you can use the apprenticeship levy to fund L4 apprenticeships. If your organisation doesn't currently pay the levy, government subsidies are available meaning you will only be required to invest 5% towards the training costs.
The training centre boasts world-class learning facilities which house some of the UK’s most advanced equipment covering a wide range of engineering and technology disciplines.
Not only will apprentices have access to state-of-the-art facilities but they will be taught by experts within manufacturing technology and training and will have access to valuable industry links to help progress their careers further.
Learn from the best.
Our Level 4 Apprenticeships provide students with extensive knowledge, techniques and the specialist skills required to fulfil roles within engineering with a higher level of responsibility.
During their 48-month course, students will develop their problem solving as well as the necessary theoretical and practical skills that they need to excel in roles such as Automation and Control Technician.