OEM Engineering Apprenticeship by Cavan and Monaghan ETB

Increasingly, more school leavers are choosing apprenticeship programmes where they get to experience practical trammg alongside academic study rather than pursuing more traditional full-time third level courses.

The apprenticeship route offers an opportunity to gain real world experience and develop an expertise in a chosen field, while gaining valuable hands-on experience. One of the most attractive aspects of apprenticeship programmes is getting paid to learn, while gaining an industry recognised qualification that offers great employability prospects.

The OEM Engineering Apprenticeship, managed by the Cavan and Monaghan Education and Training Board in collaboration with Limerick and Clare Education and Training Board, is a three-year, QQI Level 6 programme. The course consists of on-the-job learning which takes place within the company and 16-weeks annually attending college at either the Monaghan Institute Campus or Raheen Training Centre in Limerick.

The OEM Engineering Apprenticeship was designed by industry, to meet current needs within the OEM sector and to help futureproof local and national companies going forward in terms of both human skills and technical skills.
The programme is suitable for those currently employed in OEM companies, school leavers, career switchers and mature applicants wishing to pursue a career as a qualified OEM Engineering Technician.

On completion of this programme, the learners will receive a QQI Level 6 Advanced Certificate in OEM Engineering and will be qualified as OEM Engineering Technicians, a widely sought­ after skill set in the manufacturing, installation, servicing and commissioning sectors, both nationally and globally.

Johnson & Johnson, Irish Rail, Combilift, Dennison Trailers and Abbey Machinery are just a few of the employers currently recruiting for OEM Apprentices.

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