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Amazon Apprenticeship

An apprenticeship is a job with training. Being an apprentice means that you have a job that includes gaining recognised qualifications and indispensable skills whilst you are working and earning a wage. It is a real, hands on, learn as you earn approach!

Amazon Filters is a manufacturer and global supplier of a comprehensive range of microfiltration filter cartridges and filter housings for critical liquid and gas applications to the following process industries: Food and Beverage, Oil and Gas, Pharmaceuticals, Building Services, Automotive, Chemicals+ Coatings, Water Treatment, and Nuclear and Contained Systems.

As an apprentice for Amazon, your main role will consist of working/shadowing Amazon colleagues, as you spend time in each department of the company. This approach exposes you to the different skills required for each division, and thus gives you a better understanding of how the company as a whole operates. These roles will cover both factory and office activities. You will gain experience in the following business areas:

  • Housing Quality
  • Housing Assembly
  • Housing Preparation & Fabrication
  • Laboratory
  • Internal Sales Administration
  • Technical Proposals & Operations
  • Design
  • Marketing
  • Despatch Administration
  • Warehousing

The initial 2-year Apprenticeship scheme is designed to provide a general introduction into engineering and production activities, with a day release every week for college. At Farnborough College of Technology, you will work towards your BTEC extended certificate in Engineering (Level 2), less than 3 miles from Amazon Filters. The course will be a mixture of both hands on and computerised activities.

During your apprenticeship, you will be assigned a senior employee who will act as your mentor. You will also be fully supported by both the company and its HR team, to ensure your internal programme is giving you the skills and knowledge required for your future development.

So, what are YOU waiting for? Apply today!

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This entry was posted on 3rd May 2017