Do you wish to start your profession with a role that unites extensive learning with hands-on experience? If yes, then your wait is over.
The Ørsted Apprenticeship Programme gives you the opportunity to put up a strong foundation that will enable your future progression. They are inviting applications for its wind turbine technician apprenticeship program in the UK to grow the skilled trades’ people.
About the Apprenticeship Programme with Ørsted
David Davidson has completed the UK’s first apprentice in wind turbine. This program is for a period of three and a half years. Under this apprenticeship, initially, you will study in the vicinity for the first year. Then, later on in the second and third year, you will get the chance to learn hands-on experience.
You can work offshore as well as across the organizations’ to learn more by actually working in different situations. The minimum age limit to enrol you for this program is 16 years. On the other side, there is no maximum age limit to register for an apprenticeship with Ørsted.
When you complete this program, you will get qualification approval from the Maintenance and Operations Engineering Technician (MOET). This certification indicates that now you are a fully competent wind turbine technician.
Learning and development senior specialist Rob Howes says: “The foremost attribute that we are looking for in our candidates is passion. We want team members who are proud of their hobbies as well as their work. Moreover, they should also look for each other’s hobbies with great pride.
At the same time, their grades also play an important role in the process of application. Further, he adds, “we are truly looking for a member who wants to fight against the changing climate.”
In the UK, Ørsted starts its program in 2017 and employs a total number of 33 wind turbine technician apprentices. At present they have become a technician who works offshore.
If you are looking for a bright future as a wind turbine technician, you must apply for this apprenticeship program with Ørsted.