• ABOUT US

    We respect the expertise of the individual

    and recognise the advantages in collaboration.

  • ABOUT US

    Smiths offer secondary school A-Level students at Harlow UTC the opportunity

    to gain real life experience and engineering knowledge with The Smiths Apprentice Scheme.

  • ABOUT US

    Recent scorecards from Safran, Bombardier & Rolls Royce have all attained 100%

    A fact that we are incredibly proud of

  • WHY SMITHS?

    Do you have an intricate and challenging component to deliver?

    Smiths have the expertise, internal processes and experience developed over the last four decades to help you find a perfect solution.

    Enquiry form
  • THE APPRENTICE SCHEME

    The scheme is a year long placement that will gain the apprentice

    the equivalent of an A-Level qualification.

Smiths in the Community

We believe that working with and developing talent in the local community is not a nice to have but a necessity in securing the future of our industry

Smiths offer secondary school A-Level students at Harlow UTC the opportunity to gain real life experience and engineering knowledge with The Smiths Apprentice Scheme.
The scheme is a year long placement that will gain the apprentice the equivalent of an A-Level qualification. Not only this but apprentices are often employed full time after their year with us.

Smiths Apprentice Scheme

I’ve been on the 3 year scheme for a year now and developed a number of skills, but for me it’s really been about building confidence…the guys around me in the workshop are really committed to helping me progress and when I look back and see how much I’ve learned and the responsibility I’ve taken on, that builds confidence in me.

Joe Keeling, Apprentice

If you are interested in a career in engineering and developing the skill foundations that will provide a bedrock for your career get in touch with your lecturer and they will be able to tell you how to go about applying for one of our places.

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