Build your career

with a Heatric welding apprenticeship

  • Training to the highest possible welding standards
  • NVQ level 2 and 3 qualifications
  • Training and development  to release your potential
  • Opportunities to build a long-term dynamic career
  • Excellent benefits working within a global company

Who are Heatric?

Heatric, part of Meggitt PLC, is the world’s leading manufacturer of advanced ‘printed circuit’ heat exchangers supplying our products to the majority of the world’s largest oil and gas companies such as Shell and BP.

As such, our manufacturing must meet the highest possible quality and safety standards. In order to ensure that we meet these standards, Heatric recognise the importance of bringing in the best and brightest talent to our company and then developing and training them to meet and exceed customer expectations.

Joining the Heatric apprenticeship programme is the first step in an exciting new and dynamic career. Once a qualified welder within Heatric, your development never truly ends with on-going training, testing and re-qualifying as we work with our customers to provide products of truly world-leading quality.

Where are we?

Heatric's head office is based in the beautiful county of Dorset at Holton Heath just outside Poole and Wareham. We also have manufacturing facilities in Birmingham as well as manufacturing partnerships in Rio de Janeiro, Brasil.

We have sales offices in Holton Heath, Houston-USA, Rio de Janeiro-Brasil, Singapore and Perth-Australia and customers all around the world.

Our state-of-the-art training facilities are based in Holton Heath and use the latest technology and equipment.  All apprentices receive individual guidance and support in a working environment to ensure that you achieve the most from our training programmes and continue to develop your career into the future with us.

How to apply for an apprenticeship at Heatric

When apprenticeship opportunites are live, you will be able to apply:

1) Directly via the Heatric website

2) Via the National apprenticeship scheme website