Apprenticeship Manufacturing Apprenticeship
Our manufacturing apprenticeship is designed to create the manufacturing technicians of the future.
As a manufacturing apprentice you will develop the skills and knowledge required to operate the systems and equipment that produce our pharmaceutical products – from chemical processing to tablet and syrup manufacturing or pharmaceutical packaging.
What does a manufacturing apprenticeship involve?
During the apprenticeship you will study the theory of pharmaceutical production, first touch engineering and learn manufacturing as well as safety and risk management. You will complete a series of on-site job rotations, learning how to operate the different equipment that makes our pharmaceutical products.
You can expect to work both individually (when appropriately trained) and as part of a manufacturing team – taking responsibility for the quality, safety and accuracy of the work you undertake.
Your apprenticeship will combine on-the-job learning with a programme of training and development. Your role may involve:
- Identifying areas for improvement
- Root causing problems
- Supporting manufacturing processes
- Ensuring quality, safety and accuracy
What does this apprenticeship offer?
This three-year advanced apprenticeship programme offers you the chance to study towards nationally recognised qualifications while gaining valuable, paid work experience.
As a Manufacturing apprentice you will work towards a level 3 SQV qualification and a HNC with the potential to go on to further study.
What qualifications do you need to apply?
To be eligible for our manufacturing apprenticeship programme, you will need:
Must have/be predicted to achieve a minimum of 5 Scottish National 5 at grade A-C (or 5 Standard Grades at grades 1-3) including Maths, English and a Science subject.
What our apprentices say about the Manufacturing apprenticeship…
“Although I sat my A-levels I decided not to go to university. My apprenticeship has allowed me to pursue a career in a field I am passionate about whilst being paid to learn.”
“I enjoy having the opportunity to meet new people, and be given the responsibility to use your initiative and manage your own time accordingly. It is really interesting seeing other GSK sites and I have learnt a lot attending personal development courses.”
When does the apprenticeship start?
Our apprentices start June to September 2018.
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