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Applications Now Open for Aircraft Mechanic Apprenticeship

Dublin Aerospace are accepting applications until February 8th 2019

Applications Now Open for Aircraft Mechanic Apprenticeship

Want to be an Aircraft Mechanic? Why not go the Apprenticeship route? 

Dublin Aerospace are now accepting applications for their Aircraft Mechanics Apprenticeship.

During this Apprenticeship you will; learn how aircraft and their systems work, get hands-on avionic electrical and mechanical engineering experience, and work in a diverse, disciplined and highly regulated environment.

At the end of this Apprenticeship you will earn a level 6 QQI advanced Certificate and an EASA part 66 Aircraft Maintenance Engineers License.

This Apprenticeship takes place over a minimum of 4 years, consisting of 4 On-the-Job phases at Dublin Aerospace, and 3 Off-the-Job phases with Education and Training Boards. 

To apply for this opportunity, you need to have at least a “C” at Ordinary Level or “D” at Higher Level in the Junior Certificate (or equivalent) in one sitting in the required subjects.

Grade O6/D or higher at Ordinary Level in the Leaving Certificate (or equivalent) in one sitting in the following subjects: English, Mathematics, Science Subject *, Any other 2 subjects.

Successful applicants must pass a colour vision and medical assessment.  

For more information about the apprenticeship and requirements click here

Applications close February 8th 2019, click here to apply

To learn more about Ireland's Engineering and Manufacturing sector, click here

To view all available Apprenticeships, check out our Apprenticeships page.

The CareersPortal Team 

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