Apprenticeships for Mechanical Engineering [Mechanical engineering]

Apprenticeships for Mechanical Engineering

 You can apply for an apprenticeship with Mercury through Current Vacancies.

Mercury is the largest employer of mechanical and electrical apprentices in Ireland. On successful completion of the apprenticeship, apprentices are awarded a FETAC (Further Education and Training Awards Council) National Craft Certificate. This certificate has national and international recognition and is a compulsory requirement for craftsperson status.

The development, training and mentoring apprentices receive while with us is unparalleled in the marketplace. As part of the overall Apprentice Development Programme, Mercury recognises apprentice’s contribution for a job well done through our annual ‘Apprentice recognition awards’. Apprentices enjoy a varied four years’ training in areas from oil and gas, commercial, pharmaceutical and manufacturing. On completion of the apprenticeship, Mercury commit to taking a number of exceptional newly qualified tradespeople back into the business to develop their career further with us.

At Mercury, we are proud of both the number and the quality of apprentices who have served their apprenticeship with us. Mercury recognises the need to ensure our staff are exposed and up-skilled in the latest technical developments associated with their trade. The apprenticeship is a minimum of four years and consists of seven phases: three off the job and four on the job. Solas and the Department of Education & Science have responsibility for providing the off-the-job training, while the apprentices’ on-the-job training takes place on-site with Mercury.

Mercury Criteria:

Apprentice Electricians

  • Must be 17 years of age or over
  • Qualified to Leaving Certificate or equivalent standard
  • Must have five passes in the Leaving Certificate (Maths and English must be two of these)
  • Submit an Ishihara colour vision test – it must be on the Solas form
  • Have a valid Safe Pass card
  • Have a Manual Handling Certificate
  • Subject to interview and reference checks

Apprentice Plumbers:

  • Qualified to Junior Certificate or equivalent standard
  • Must have five passes in the Junior Certificate (Maths and English must be two of these)

Registered Apprentices:

  • Must have no referrals


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