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Babcock Apprenticeships offer an extensive range of opportunities to school and college leavers. If you’re looking for an alternative pathway to full time study, then an Apprenticeship could be the answer you’ve been looking for.

About Babcock

Babcock are a world class training provider who are eager to help people to unlock their full potential. They deliver highly skilled engineering support in key markets in Marine, Land, Aviation, and Nuclear.

What do Babcock Apprenticeships involve?

Babcock Apprenticeships provide you with the opportunity to develop new skills, essential work experience and a nationally recognised qualification all relevant to the industry you’re ultimately looking to forge a career within. Babcock Apprenticeships involve on and off the job training so if you’re eager to start your employment journey but also want to continue learning then Babcock Apprenticeships can offer you just that!

Babcock Apprenticeships

Babcock Apprenticeships are a fantastic way to help you reach your full potential through career development and learning opportunities. Throughout your Apprenticeship you’ll be supported fully by your employer, colleagues and learning mentor.

Do you want to be part of an exciting and dynamic work environment with world-class training? Find out what Apprenticeship opportunities are available at Babcock.

Babcock offer a wide range of Apprenticeship across a range of fields. You could be an Apprenticeship in the following industries –

  • Aviation Engineering,
  • Buildings and Construction,
  • Business and Administration,
  • Electrical Fitter,
  • Electrical Technician,
  • Fabricator,
  • Mechanical Fitter,
  • Pipefitter,
  • Plumber,
  • Project Engineer,
  • Sail Maker,
  • Shipwright,
  • Welder,

Higher Level Apprenticeships – mechanical and electrical marine engineering design, naval architecture, ship, submarine and weapons system testing, fault finding and commissioning.

Babcock Apprenticeships offer a range of levels available to you from Intermediate (Level 2), Advanced (Level 3) and Higher (Level 4/5).

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Applying for Babcock Apprenticeships

To apply for a Babcock Apprenticeship you can visit the Careermap website. To find out more about what Babcock can offer you check out their website.



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