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If you are interested in undertaking your Marine Engineer Level 3 Apprenticeship, then you already know that you enjoy using your practical skills and solving problems in the marine industry.

You also know which areas of marine engineering interest you. This Level 3 Apprenticeship allows you to develop your skillsets and enjoy on and off the job training in a range of areas and roles such as; Introduction to the marine industry, Business improvement techniques, Marine engineering processes and principles, Servicing and maintenance of marine engines and ancillary systems, and Servicing and maintenance of marine propulsion systems.

As an Apprentice, you’ll spend time in the classroom as well as out in the field, getting first-hand experience in a range of areas so you can see what suits you best. You’ll also be assigned a personal mentor to help guide you through each stage of your Apprenticeship, which will last anything from one to four years. And all this whilst working and earning money.

If this sounds to you like the best possible way for you to learn, progress and qualify, then speak to Paragon Skills today.

Marine Engineering Standards Level 3

Up to 48 months

City & Guilds


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What can you expect?

On successful completion of your training, you will hold a Marine Engineering Level 3 Apprenticeship

As a qualified Marine Engineer you will be confident and responsible for installation and repair of on-board electrical, environmental and propulsion systems focusing primarily on internal systems.

Your work could include:

  • Installation
  • Maintenance and servicing of marine engines
  • Maintenance and servicing propulsion systems

The exact details of your job depends on your specific employer, but typically you would expect to normally work around 40 hours a week. You may have to work occasional overtime in order to meet deadlines.

LEAH MEREDITH

I began my apprenticeship unsure of the career path I wanted to pursue but I am now becoming aware of my strengths and how I can put them to use to enable a stable and successful career within the future.

LEAH MEREDITH

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Your pathway to success

Becoming a qualified Marine Engineer is a skill for life and can open doors to a long and rewarding career. As a worker in marine industry you may already be involved in the sector and looking to develop your specialist skills and progress further in such roles as Marine Surveyor, Marina Manager, Yacht Broker or Skipper.

Diverse career opportunities are available in the leisure, small commercial and superyacht industry. Over 4400 companies with a combined worth of nearly £3 billion have a variety of career opportunities that could suit you. The industry is also at the forefront of innovation, pioneering new technology, world renowned craftsmanship and a world leader in design. The marine industry sector also has a long tradition of offering Apprenticeship frameworks as a means of meeting the skills requirements for its sector.

At Paragon Skills we are committed to inspiring you to succeed and are here to support you throughout every stage of your Marine Engineering Level 3 Apprenticeship.

We are looking for learners who are as committed and as passionate as we are. If this is you, then speak to us today about the opportunities available to you with Marine Engineering Apprenticeships. Jump-start your career with Paragon Skills.

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