Posted on 4th April 2018
HPC is holding an Open Day on 24 April 2018. Starting promptly at 9:00am and finishing around 12 noon, the Open Day will take the form of a presentation and a tour of our engineering facility in Burgess Hill (Victoria Gardens, Burgess Hill, RH15 9RQ).
The goal of our apprenticeship scheme is to provide a learning environment which blends real life practical work experience with the all-important academic training to equip you for work in the 21st century.
Our company is based in Burgess Hill and is offering 2 levels of apprenticeship.
A 2 year Intermediate Apprenticeship follows a 2 year City and Guilds foundation course alongside an NVQ Level 2 qualification.
An Advanced Apprenticeship follows on for a further 2 years leading to a BTec Level 3 and an NVQ Level 3 qualification.
Apprentices at HPC are not left with hefty study loans, instead we enable you to earn while you learn and hopefully graduate from the scheme with a full time job in our company. We are not necessarily looking for candidates who academically excel, but we need practical individuals who are committed team players with a willingness to learn.
Being an apprentice requires hard work and discipline to succeed, balancing academic studies hand in hand with the daily demands of the job. As an apprentice at HPC you will learn how to deal with the daily pressure of working life, learning new skills and the importance of job safety giving you a well-rounded excellent foundation to a successful career.
HPC has a proud reputation of providing lifetime careers, and its continued success is due to the quality and dedication of its people….why not join a winning team?
HPC Precision Engineering require a number of Apprentices to join in September 2018.
The precision engineering business provides complete engineered solutions, from the procurement of raw materials to delivery of the finished product to some of the World’s most renowned industrial brands. Uniquely, HPC Precision Engineering operate in five key sectors being aerospace, automotive, medical, industrial and petrochemical, supplying products around the World.
Many employees at HPC have followed the apprentice route into Manufacturing; Production; Quality; Supply Chain; Purchasing; Sales; Contracts Management; Production Engineers; Quality Inspection; Service Engineers; Technical Engineers; Mechanical and Electrical Engineers.
What you need to apply: Be a minimum of 18 years old, having attained a grade C or above in GCSE Maths, English and Science, with good IT skills, and a willingness to work and study hard, with a genuine interest in engineering. In return, HPC is offering a salary package which includes 25 days holiday plus bank holidays, a pension scheme & private healthcare after a qualifying period.
If you would like to apply for an Apprenticeship at HPC, please apply with your CV showing your current grades, and a covering letter outlining why you should be our next Apprentice to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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