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  • Apprentices » Aircraft Research Association
    Fuselage Performance Installed Propulsion Performance Isolated Propulsion Performance Military Aircraft UAV s and Missiles Store Separation Stability and Control Intake Performance Installed Store Loads Isolated Store Loads Data Quality and Repeatability Productivity Customer Facilities Other Test Facilities Balance Calibration Laboratory Mach Simulation Tank Propeller Test Cell Small Scale Transonic Tunnel 2 Dimensional Tunnel Large Scale Thrust Measuring Rig New Page de Technische Planung und Herstellung CAD Design Services Precision Model Manufacture Inspection Services Finite Element Analysis Strain Gauge Balance Design and Manufacture Numerische Strömungsmechanik CFD Software Code Development CFD Software Code Application Applied Aerodynamics Integrated CFD Wind Tunnel Weapons and Weapon Bay Analysis Wing Design Process Aerodynamic Research Innovation und Technik Clean Sky Project Strain Gauge Balance Developments Pressure Sensitive Paint Model Deformation Measurement New Page de Media Centre Image Library Video Gallery Document Downloads Newsletter Registration Careers Vacancies New Page de New Page de New Page de New Page de Benefits Apprentices Personal Experiences Graduates Industrial Placements Work Experience Contact Apprentices Aircraft Research Association Careers Apprentices We are looking for motivated and productive people who have an interest in mechanical or electrical engineering to join our apprenticeship scheme All of our current apprentices are employed on a full time basis with a competitive salary for the type of apprenticeship being undertaken Apprentice training usually takes 4 years to complete The initial part of your apprenticeship will be spent in full time study with a local learning provider helping you gain key skills The remainder of the apprenticeship will be a mixture of on the job training and attendance at a local college during which time you will have the opportunity of gaining national qualifications The completion of your apprenticeship is not the end of your further education and there are many opportunities for further study to advance your career

    Original URL path: http://www.ara.co.uk/de/careers/apprentices/ (2016-02-17)
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  • Apprentices » Aircraft Research Association
    Fuselage Performance Installed Propulsion Performance Isolated Propulsion Performance Military Aircraft UAV s and Missiles Store Separation Stability and Control Intake Performance Installed Store Loads Isolated Store Loads Data Quality and Repeatability Productivity Customer Facilities Other Test Facilities Balance Calibration Laboratory Mach Simulation Tank Propeller Test Cell Small Scale Transonic Tunnel 2 Dimensional Tunnel Large Scale Thrust Measuring Rig New Page pt Design e fabrico CAD Design Services Precision Model Manufacture Inspection Services Finite Element Analysis Strain Gauge Balance Design and Manufacture Dinâmica dos fluidos computacional CFD Software Code Development CFD Software Code Application Applied Aerodynamics Integrated CFD Wind Tunnel Weapons and Weapon Bay Analysis Wing Design Process Aerodynamic Research Inovação e tecnologia Clean Sky Project Strain Gauge Balance Developments Pressure Sensitive Paint Model Deformation Measurement New Page pt Media Centre Image Library Video Gallery Document Downloads Newsletter Registration Careers Vacancies New Page pt New Page pt New Page pt New Page pt Benefits Apprentices Personal Experiences Graduates Industrial Placements Work Experience Contact Apprentices Aircraft Research Association Careers Apprentices We are looking for motivated and productive people who have an interest in mechanical or electrical engineering to join our apprenticeship scheme All of our current apprentices are employed on a full time basis with a competitive salary for the type of apprenticeship being undertaken Apprentice training usually takes 4 years to complete The initial part of your apprenticeship will be spent in full time study with a local learning provider helping you gain key skills The remainder of the apprenticeship will be a mixture of on the job training and attendance at a local college during which time you will have the opportunity of gaining national qualifications The completion of your apprenticeship is not the end of your further education and there are many opportunities for further study to advance your

    Original URL path: http://www.ara.co.uk/pt/careers/apprentices/ (2016-02-17)
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  • Apprentices » Aircraft Research Association
    and Control Rear Fuselage Performance Installed Propulsion Performance Isolated Propulsion Performance Military Aircraft UAV s and Missiles Store Separation Stability and Control Intake Performance Installed Store Loads Isolated Store Loads Data Quality and Repeatability Productivity Customer Facilities Other Test Facilities Balance Calibration Laboratory Mach Simulation Tank Propeller Test Cell Small Scale Transonic Tunnel 2 Dimensional Tunnel Large Scale Thrust Measuring Rig New Page zh 设计与制造 CAD Design Services Precision Model Manufacture Inspection Services Finite Element Analysis Strain Gauge Balance Design and Manufacture 计算流体动力学 CFD Software Code Development CFD Software Code Application Applied Aerodynamics Integrated CFD Wind Tunnel Weapons and Weapon Bay Analysis Wing Design Process Aerodynamic Research 创新与技术 Clean Sky Project Strain Gauge Balance Developments Pressure Sensitive Paint Model Deformation Measurement New Page zh Media Centre Image Library Video Gallery Document Downloads Newsletter Registration Careers Vacancies New Page zh New Page zh New Page zh New Page zh Benefits Apprentices Personal Experiences Graduates Industrial Placements Work Experience Contact Apprentices Aircraft Research Association Careers Apprentices We are looking for motivated and productive people who have an interest in mechanical or electrical engineering to join our apprenticeship scheme All of our current apprentices are employed on a full time basis with a competitive salary for the type of apprenticeship being undertaken Apprentice training usually takes 4 years to complete The initial part of your apprenticeship will be spent in full time study with a local learning provider helping you gain key skills The remainder of the apprenticeship will be a mixture of on the job training and attendance at a local college during which time you will have the opportunity of gaining national qualifications The completion of your apprenticeship is not the end of your further education and there are many opportunities for further study to advance your career The minimum entry

    Original URL path: http://www.ara.co.uk/zh/careers/apprentices/ (2016-02-17)
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  • New Page-fr » Aircraft Research Association
    New Page fr Benefits Apprentices Personal Experiences Graduates Industrial Placements Work Experience Contact New Page fr Aircraft Research Association Careers Apprentices Personal Experiences Marcus Technician Apprentice Having started my Apprenticeship at ARA last year the first six months of my apprenticeship was at Bedford College Brunel Training Centre completing the training modules in milling turning hand fitting thinking skills and employment rights However since I finished at the training services at the start of Easter I have been coming to ARA full time with a day release to Bedford College to complete a HNC I have regular visits from a member of staff at the Training Centre who assigns work for me to complete as part of my NVQ Level 3 to ensure that I am getting on with the work she has set me and that I am feeling confident about how my apprenticeship is going The other designers in the Design Office have made me feel welcome and I have settled down within the department with my own work station My fellow employees are also teaching me ways of using CAD and are always encouraging me to do my best The CAD system I have been using at ARA is more advanced than the CAD system I used during my GCSE s and A levels however I was sent on a training course at Castle Donnington for the CAD software in July to learn the basic operations of the design software I am really grateful to ARA for accepting me on their Apprenticeship scheme and I look forward to many years of employment with them Umer Craft Apprentice I have just completed my first year of my Apprenticeship and during my first year I was at the training group college for three months doing basic units such as turning milling and hand fitting It was crucial that I completed these units as it gives you the basic understanding of the machines hand tools and what you can produce using them Also once you finish these basic units you are able to go back to ARA which allows you to work more efficiently as you want to be at the company with your colleagues After three months at the training group college I came straight to ARA to work with in the Design and Manufacture department doing four days at ARA and a day release to the training group college When I came here I got shown around and introduced to everyone and I can say all the people were welcoming and helpful which was great I settled in quite quickly as I got along with everyone The training at ARA is more in depth and detailed I was first trained on the manual mill for three months with Shaun and did several tasks on there including some actual customer jobs and made some tools for myself which are useful and handy Also I will need them for later on during my apprenticeship Then I went onto the lathes

    Original URL path: http://www.ara.co.uk/fr/careers/apprentices/new-page-fr/ (2016-02-17)
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  • New Page-es » Aircraft Research Association
    New Page es Benefits Apprentices Personal Experiences Graduates Industrial Placements Work Experience Contact New Page es Aircraft Research Association Careers Apprentices Personal Experiences Marcus Technician Apprentice Having started my Apprenticeship at ARA last year the first six months of my apprenticeship was at Bedford College Brunel Training Centre completing the training modules in milling turning hand fitting thinking skills and employment rights However since I finished at the training services at the start of Easter I have been coming to ARA full time with a day release to Bedford College to complete a HNC I have regular visits from a member of staff at the Training Centre who assigns work for me to complete as part of my NVQ Level 3 to ensure that I am getting on with the work she has set me and that I am feeling confident about how my apprenticeship is going The other designers in the Design Office have made me feel welcome and I have settled down within the department with my own work station My fellow employees are also teaching me ways of using CAD and are always encouraging me to do my best The CAD system I have been using at ARA is more advanced than the CAD system I used during my GCSE s and A levels however I was sent on a training course at Castle Donnington for the CAD software in July to learn the basic operations of the design software I am really grateful to ARA for accepting me on their Apprenticeship scheme and I look forward to many years of employment with them Umer Craft Apprentice I have just completed my first year of my Apprenticeship and during my first year I was at the training group college for three months doing basic units such as turning milling and hand fitting It was crucial that I completed these units as it gives you the basic understanding of the machines hand tools and what you can produce using them Also once you finish these basic units you are able to go back to ARA which allows you to work more efficiently as you want to be at the company with your colleagues After three months at the training group college I came straight to ARA to work with in the Design and Manufacture department doing four days at ARA and a day release to the training group college When I came here I got shown around and introduced to everyone and I can say all the people were welcoming and helpful which was great I settled in quite quickly as I got along with everyone The training at ARA is more in depth and detailed I was first trained on the manual mill for three months with Shaun and did several tasks on there including some actual customer jobs and made some tools for myself which are useful and handy Also I will need them for later on during my apprenticeship Then I went onto the lathes

    Original URL path: http://www.ara.co.uk/es/careers/apprentices/new-page-es/ (2016-02-17)
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  • New Page-de » Aircraft Research Association
    Page de Benefits Apprentices Personal Experiences Graduates Industrial Placements Work Experience Contact New Page de Aircraft Research Association Careers Apprentices Personal Experiences Marcus Technician Apprentice Having started my Apprenticeship at ARA last year the first six months of my apprenticeship was at Bedford College Brunel Training Centre completing the training modules in milling turning hand fitting thinking skills and employment rights However since I finished at the training services at the start of Easter I have been coming to ARA full time with a day release to Bedford College to complete a HNC I have regular visits from a member of staff at the Training Centre who assigns work for me to complete as part of my NVQ Level 3 to ensure that I am getting on with the work she has set me and that I am feeling confident about how my apprenticeship is going The other designers in the Design Office have made me feel welcome and I have settled down within the department with my own work station My fellow employees are also teaching me ways of using CAD and are always encouraging me to do my best The CAD system I have been using at ARA is more advanced than the CAD system I used during my GCSE s and A levels however I was sent on a training course at Castle Donnington for the CAD software in July to learn the basic operations of the design software I am really grateful to ARA for accepting me on their Apprenticeship scheme and I look forward to many years of employment with them Umer Craft Apprentice I have just completed my first year of my Apprenticeship and during my first year I was at the training group college for three months doing basic units such as turning milling and hand fitting It was crucial that I completed these units as it gives you the basic understanding of the machines hand tools and what you can produce using them Also once you finish these basic units you are able to go back to ARA which allows you to work more efficiently as you want to be at the company with your colleagues After three months at the training group college I came straight to ARA to work with in the Design and Manufacture department doing four days at ARA and a day release to the training group college When I came here I got shown around and introduced to everyone and I can say all the people were welcoming and helpful which was great I settled in quite quickly as I got along with everyone The training at ARA is more in depth and detailed I was first trained on the manual mill for three months with Shaun and did several tasks on there including some actual customer jobs and made some tools for myself which are useful and handy Also I will need them for later on during my apprenticeship Then I went onto the lathes with

    Original URL path: http://www.ara.co.uk/de/careers/apprentices/new-page-de/ (2016-02-17)
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  • New Page-zh » Aircraft Research Association
    Apprentices Personal Experiences Graduates Industrial Placements Work Experience Contact New Page zh Aircraft Research Association Careers Apprentices Personal Experiences Marcus Technician Apprentice Having started my Apprenticeship at ARA last year the first six months of my apprenticeship was at Bedford College Brunel Training Centre completing the training modules in milling turning hand fitting thinking skills and employment rights However since I finished at the training services at the start of Easter I have been coming to ARA full time with a day release to Bedford College to complete a HNC I have regular visits from a member of staff at the Training Centre who assigns work for me to complete as part of my NVQ Level 3 to ensure that I am getting on with the work she has set me and that I am feeling confident about how my apprenticeship is going The other designers in the Design Office have made me feel welcome and I have settled down within the department with my own work station My fellow employees are also teaching me ways of using CAD and are always encouraging me to do my best The CAD system I have been using at ARA is more advanced than the CAD system I used during my GCSE s and A levels however I was sent on a training course at Castle Donnington for the CAD software in July to learn the basic operations of the design software I am really grateful to ARA for accepting me on their Apprenticeship scheme and I look forward to many years of employment with them Umer Craft Apprentice I have just completed my first year of my Apprenticeship and during my first year I was at the training group college for three months doing basic units such as turning milling and hand fitting It was crucial that I completed these units as it gives you the basic understanding of the machines hand tools and what you can produce using them Also once you finish these basic units you are able to go back to ARA which allows you to work more efficiently as you want to be at the company with your colleagues After three months at the training group college I came straight to ARA to work with in the Design and Manufacture department doing four days at ARA and a day release to the training group college When I came here I got shown around and introduced to everyone and I can say all the people were welcoming and helpful which was great I settled in quite quickly as I got along with everyone The training at ARA is more in depth and detailed I was first trained on the manual mill for three months with Shaun and did several tasks on there including some actual customer jobs and made some tools for myself which are useful and handy Also I will need them for later on during my apprenticeship Then I went onto the lathes with Bryan for three

    Original URL path: http://www.ara.co.uk/zh/careers/apprentices/new-page-zh/ (2016-02-17)
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  • Graduates » Aircraft Research Association
    Installed Propulsion Performance Isolated Propulsion Performance Military Aircraft UAV s and Missiles Store Separation Stability and Control Intake Performance Installed Store Loads Isolated Store Loads Data Quality and Repeatability Productivity Customer Facilities Other Test Facilities Balance Calibration Laboratory Mach Simulation Tank Propeller Test Cell Small Scale Transonic Tunnel 2 Dimensional Tunnel Large Scale Thrust Measuring Rig New Page fr Conception et Fabrication CAD Design Services Precision Model Manufacture Inspection Services Finite Element Analysis Strain Gauge Balance Design and Manufacture Mécanique des Fluides Numérique CFD Software Code Development CFD Software Code Application Applied Aerodynamics Integrated CFD Wind Tunnel Weapons and Weapon Bay Analysis Wing Design Process Aerodynamic Research Innovation et technologie Clean Sky Project Strain Gauge Balance Developments Pressure Sensitive Paint Model Deformation Measurement New Page fr Media Centre Image Library Video Gallery Document Downloads Newsletter Registration Careers Vacancies New Page fr New Page fr New Page fr New Page fr Benefits Apprentices Personal Experiences Graduates Industrial Placements Work Experience Contact Graduates Aircraft Research Association Careers Graduates ARA has an unrivalled world wide reputation in the Aerodynamics industry As a diverse and forward looking organisation with many international customers we offer talented graduates excellent career opportunities Graduates would be expected to have a suitable background in Aerodynamics with a minimum entry requirement of a 2 1 degree Graduates can move into one of the Operational Areas Experimental Aerodynamics Computational Aerodynamics or Design and Manufacture In addition we may also recruit graduates for our support areas as required Our graduates are offered A competitive salary and benefits package The opportunity to work with world class experts The opportunity to participate in many areas of the business in particular within the aerodynamics field consistent with their skills and qualification We realise that unless we have motivated and talented people working on our projects

    Original URL path: http://www.ara.co.uk/fr/careers/graduates/ (2016-02-17)
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