Posted: Fri 16th Nov 2018

Updated: Wed 13th Feb

Future aerospace apprentices invited to Airbus open day next month

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Friday, Nov 16th, 2018

The next generation of budding aerospace professionals are being invited to home of wing manufacturing to find out more about the Airbus’ apprenticeship programme.

An information drop-in session will take place at the Airbus Broughton manufacturing plant on December 1.

The open day is aimed at anyone considering a career in aerospace through the Airbus’ apprenticeship programme.

Students, parents and anyone with interested in an engineering or business career with Airbus is invited to attend.

Representatives from Airbus and partner education institutions will be on hand to talk about the range of apprentices and sponsored degrees on offer.

Airbus apprenticeships are extremely popular and are proven to be the launch pad for very successful careers in the aerospace sector, similar events in the past have attracted over 2000 people.

Airbus welcomed its largest number of apprentices in decades earlier this year when 140 budding engineer and support-function apprentices began their journey at the aerospace giant’s Broughton site.

It was the largest single-site intake of apprentices in one cohort by any organisation in Wales this year and includes 100 ‘craft’ and 40 undergraduate apprenticeships.

The apprenticeship information event takes place on Saturday December 1 from 1.30pm to 4pm at the Airbus North Factory (Details below)

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