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Associated British Ports are now open for apprenticeship applications to any pupils interested in a career in the Maritime/Ports industry in your area! ABP have four Engineering programs running across our ports in South Wales offering a rare opportunity for school-leavers to gain unique experience in a fast-paced, busy port.
* Mechanical Apprentices to be based at our Newport port
* Plant Fitter Apprentice
* Electrician Apprentice in Cardiff
* Plant Fitter Apprentice in Swansea.
Throughout the apprenticeship program, apprentices will learn how to maintain the safety, integrity and effective operation of various types of plant and equipment commonly found across ABP’s ports and terminals. The programme will focus on the relevant engineering aspects to the type of apprenticeship and will cover the operational requirements of modern, integrated, engineered plant and services (plant & equipment).
Apprentices will be responsible for the quality of their own work and possibly others’, ensuring tasks are completed safely, meets stakeholder quality, time and budget requirements, whilst maintaining the efficient running of plant and equipment.
For more information go to the ABP website or use the links below.
Careers at Rolls Royce...
As a leading power systems provider, we have a fundamental role to play in meeting the environmental and societal opportunities and challenges that the world faces. Join us and you’ll contribute to our long-standing commitment to reducing the environmental impact of our products, services and manufacturing activities.
Our ability to deliver excellence efficiently and ethically is down to our highly skilled and professional workforce, and our future employees. We’re continually developing our employee base, ensuring we have the right skills for our business today and the right capabilities to continue innovating long into the future. Discover more about how we make an impact
Before you apply - some fascinating LMI Information regarding working with Rolls Royce and Engineering on the link below gives you the opportunity to research several different career choices people have chosen within the company.
Volunteering Network Value Based Health Care ABUHB
Within Value Based Health Care we are currently looking to accommodate sixth form students who are looking to enter the Health Care profession, with opportunities of volunteering within our services across Aneurin Bevan University Health Board.
The volunteering would be around 3-4 hours per week to observe and/or support within a clinic environment. We are hoping to provide students with experience within a clinical setting, opportunities to support their bedside manner and help with mixing with clinicians in the work environment.
We as a team are looking for opportunities to promote our service, and encourage students to look into volunteering within the Value Based Health Care department.
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