New apprenticeship applications have now ended for this year.
Do you want a diverse & challenging career where you can earn while you learn?
Goodwin is a dynamic and profitable Engineering Group with worldwide external sales in excess of £120 million. The success of Goodwin is based on engineering excellence and we are keen to train more engineers to provide for future growth.
A Radical Approach to Future Growth
A radical new approach is needed to raise the skill level of the individual worker to the standard that we require for the future.
The development of our Apprenticeship Training scheme generates opportunities for school leavers who can display the right attitude and passion for a future in engineering – careers within the group await apprentices who have the passion to succeed.
How it Works
The apprentice project is based around an on the job training concept, which enables us to ensure that the apprentices show interest in what they are learning and that the right work ethic and attitude is adopted from the very start.
All of our trainees will go through a formal four year apprentice training programme including off the job tuition in our bespoke training centre.
Engineering is an exciting, varied and rewarding career...
Engineers build the world around us; they create, design, innovate, invent, evaluate and enhance our lives on a daily basis.
Our continued investment in training people is an essential part of business life. We aim to develop skills where integrity and proficiency are our bridge to the future.
The apprenticeship lasts for a period of four years with an initial 12 month off-the-job formal basic training. Thereafter on-the-job training is given at one of the subsidiary companies.
All apprentices qualify to BTEC Level 3 in Manufacturing Engineering and gain further qualifications depending on their journey within the Group.
There is a significant shortage of high quality female engineers...
Goodwin is championing female apprentices to fill future engineering and management roles. Our aim is to challenge the views of girls about engineering and put engineering at the top of a girl’s career choices.