Andrew decided to do A-levels at college after school but realised quite quickly that he'd made the wrong choice. He proactively pursued an apprenticeship and was taken on as URT's first every apprentice. He has since completed his apprenticeship and gain NVQs at level 2 and 3. He is proud of the achievements and progress he has made in he career so far.
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Jobholders in this unit group undertake the routine assembly of vehicles and other metal goods or components such as frames, axles, wire brushes and wheels.
No academic qualifications are required. In some cases candidates must take aptitude and dexterity tests. Normal colour vision is required for some jobs. Training varies according to the complexity of the work.
- Follows instructions and drawings and positions components on work bench or in assembly machine
- Assembles prepared components in sequence by soldering, bolting, fastening, spot-welding, screwing and hammering using power and hand tools or assembly machine
- Rejects faulty assembly components
- Inspects finished article for faults, monitors assembly machine operation and reports any faults.
for this job
|Rubber & plastic||1,597|
|Motor vehicles, etc||853|
|Food & beverage services||755|
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