Cavan and Monaghan Education and Training Board currently run Phase 2 training for electrical apprentices at Cavan Further Education and Training Campus and Monaghan Institute. Please note you must be a registered apprentice with a SOLAS registered employer to participate in the Phase 2 training.
This is a two-year apprenticeship programme comprising 1 day in college at Monaghan Institute and 4 days working with the employer. Interested applicants need to complete an expression of Interest Form in the first instance available here On completion the learner can achieve a QQI level 6 Advanced Certificate in Accounting.
Delivered in Monaghan Institute, the OEM Apprenticeship is targeted at the Original Equipment Manufacturing and the Installation and Services sectors.
Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM) are a group of Irish companies, mostly in the Engineering Sector, that provide innovative and practical solutions to a broad range of customer’s needs. Many are market leaders in their field, and which sell to national and international markets. They range in size from SMEs and family run businesses to larger companies. Their products are for use in the agricultural, transportation, materials handling, quarry, construction equipment, food processing, recycling handling and allied industries. The OEM Apprenticeship has two main aims:
- To provide trained OEM Apprentices, thereby bridging the skills gap for the OEM industry.
- To offer credible career paths and progression routes for these apprentices.
https://www.apprenticeship.ie/career-seekers/get-started/discoverAs an OEM Technician, you will be trained in a diverse range of engineering skills in order to assemble a varied range of components, involving a range of processes, in order to manufacture and support original equipment. Please visit www.oemapprenticeship.ie for further information.
Delivered in Cavan Institute, this is a two-year apprenticeship comprising of 2 days a week in college (September to June) and 3 days working with the employer. (Note for July and August, college is 1 day a week and 4 days working on-the-job). Upon completion the learner can achieve a QQI Level 6 Major Award – Advanced Certificate in Culinary Arts. For further information contact the Apprenticeship office on 049 4353922 or click on this link.