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1 End Advanced/Higher Engineering Apprenticeships in Rolls-Royce Date: 16 th June 2011 Neil Chattle Programme Manager – Sales Operations Rolls-Royce proprietary information

2 Agenda 1. Rolls-Royce 2. My Career Path 3. Advanced/Higher Apprenticeships

3 Rolls-Royce proprietary information Henry Royce... … and Charles Rolls

4 Rolls-Royce proprietary information We don’t make cars….

5 Rolls-Royce proprietary information …well maybe one

6 Rolls-Royce proprietary information  A Trent engine has around 30,000 individual components  Trent ” fan spins at around 2700 rpm with tip speeds of over 900 mph, faster than the speed of sound  At take-off, the A380’s four Trent 900’s can deliver thrust of 280,000 lbf, equivalent to the power of about 1900 cars  The force on a fan blade at take-off is equivalent to a load of almost 1000 tonnes, the same as a freight train hanging off each blade  The highest temperature inside the engine is nearly half as hot as the surface of the sun  A Trent 900 engine would suck all the air out of a racket ball court in less than one second Trent Engine Family Facts

7 Rolls-Royce proprietary information  Each Trent engine takes in around 2,500lb of air every second, or 70 tonnes of air per minute, equivalent to 160,000 people breathing out at the same time  Rolls-Royce engines fly one million miles every hour worldwide, powering six million flights a year  At any one time, 200,000 people are flying in aircraft powered by Rolls-Royce and this can double at peak times  Over 13,000 engines are currently in service with 650 airlines, freight operators and lessors and 4,000 corporate operators  A Rolls-Royce powered aircraft takes off or lands every 2.5 seconds and the Trent engine family has accumulated more than 40 million hours of service Trent Engine Family Facts

8 Our four markets Rolls-Royce proprietary information

9 Power around the world Rolls-Royce proprietary information

10 Support is never far away

11 Rolls-Royce proprietary information Trent XWB Engine

12 Rolls-Royce proprietary information Apprenticeship / Works Positions – RR Derby  Craft Apprentice (3.5 years)  Hives Prize - Completion of Apprenticeship with Distinction  Normanton Road College – City & Guilds Level 1 (Distinction/Merit)  Wilmorton College – BTEC ONC Mech / Man Eng (Distinction)  Engine Test Engineer  Inspector RB211 Rotating Assemblies Staff Positions (RR Derby unless otherwise stated)  Leading Production Planning Engineer  Advanced Facilities Engineer  Powerplant Training Engineer  University of Derby - HNC Mech/Man Engineering (All Distinctions) My Career Path (30 Years)

13 Rolls-Royce proprietary information Staff Positions (Continued)  Customer Support Specialist – BMW/RR Berlin, Germany  Technical Services Engineer – BMW/RR Berlin, Germany  Advanced Technical Services Engineer  University of Derby - HND Mech/Man Engineering (All Distinctions)  Principal International Aero Engines Technical Services Engineer  Principal Customer Services Officer  Nottingham Trent University – 1 st Class BEng Honours Degree in Mechanical Engineering  Institution of Mechanical Engineers Frederic Barnes Waldron Best University Student Award  Nottingham Trent University School Prize for best Engineering Student on BEng Course My Career Path

14 Rolls-Royce proprietary information Management Positions  Customer Services Manager for Africa  Tony McCandless Award for outstanding application of continuous learning and development  Programme Manager EgyptAir Engine Workshop – Cairo, Egypt  Programme Manager Sales Operations My Career Path

15 Rolls-Royce proprietary information  Combining classroom study with on-the-job learning, our Advanced/Modern Apprenticeships provide a genuine alternative to university, providing the foundations for a career in engineering  They offer the training, guidance and support you need to develop valuable skills, earn sought-after qualifications and establish yourself in your chosen career  Usually lasting three to four and a half years (competency based)  Induction week, training centre (4 to 12 months) Business Improvement, CNC, CAD Advanced Apprenticeship (UK)

16 Rolls-Royce proprietary information Practical Engineering Apprenticeship  Practical Engineering Apprenticeships are best suited to people interested in using their hands to undertake highly skilled work  They will generally see you physically make, build, test, fix or operate various components, machinery and technologies, 3 month placements  You’ll need GCSEs (Grade D or above) in Maths, English, Science and at least one other subject (ideally something technical like Design and Technology)  NVQ2/3 day release and BTEC block release 1 week in 3  Roles include Engine Fitter, Machinist, Team Member, Mechanical Fitter, Engine Test, Electrician etc Advanced Apprenticeship (UK)

17 Rolls-Royce proprietary information Technical Engineering Apprenticeship  Technical Engineering Apprenticeship is best suited to people with an interest in the theoretical side of engineering  They will see you spend most of your time working on a computer, developing investigative and problem solving skills, 3 month placements  You’ll need GCSEs (grade C or above) in Maths, English, Science and at least one other subject (ideally something technical like Design and Technology)  NVQ3/4 day release and BTEC block release 1 week in 3  Roles include as per Practical route plus Manufacturing Engineering Technician, PDT, Instrumental Fitter, Mechatronic Engineer Advanced Apprenticeship (UK)

18 Rolls-Royce proprietary information  Higher Apprenticeship is for aspiring engineers who are keen to start building up practical work experience while progressing academically to graduate level  If you can demonstrate the right commitment and enthusiasm for a career in a leading edge engineering environment, our Higher Apprenticeship will see you benefit from:  On- and off-the-job practical training, using one of the largest and most professional training providers in the country  Training and experience on world-class technologies and processes  NVQ Level 4 in Engineering Leadership  Key Skills Level 3  A competitive salary Higher Apprenticeship (UK)

19 Rolls-Royce proprietary information  Opportunity to work alongside some of the best engineers in the world  Opportunities for progression within our Engineering function or in a variety of other functional disciplines  Continuous professional development towards Chartered status  In doing so, it will allow you to develop academically to at least Foundation degree level, with opportunities for honours and higher To join our Higher Apprenticeship programme, you will need either:  Minimum three A-levels, grades A–C (including Maths and Physics/Chemistry)  BTEC National Diploma in Science/Engineering related subject – grade at least a Merit  Equivalent qualifications Higher Apprenticeship (UK)

20 Rolls-Royce proprietary information Enthusiasm  Beyond your academic qualifications, we’ll be looking for evidence that you are genuinely interested in and enthusiastic about developing a career in your chosen area  If you’re applying to join an Engineering Apprenticeship, we’d like to hear about how you like to tinker with cars, bicycles or motorbikes; or about an engineering project you’ve done at school Team skills  We’re also very keen to take on people who love working as a team. Because, despite the size of our company, we all enjoy working with other people  We’ll be interested in how you’ve worked in a group, whether that’s at school or Guides, Scouts or Cadets etc Who are we looking for?

21 Rolls-Royce proprietary information Salary  All our apprentices are paid competitive salaries which vary according to role and location, but to give you a general idea:  Advanced Apprenticeship Base Salary £9500  Higher Apprenticeship Base £10500  Apprenticeship 3 to 4.5 years  3 point pay increases of around 17%, each performance based  Advanced Apprenticeship rising to £15200  Higher Apprenticeship £16800 Benefits  You will also receive a range of other benefits, including at least 33 days’ holiday (including statutory days) in the UK Salary and Benefits

22 Rolls-Royce proprietary information Applying for Engineering Apprenticeships in Derby  Once you have decided whether you’d like to do a Practical or Technical Apprenticeship, you need to find an appropriate vacancy and apply online - Careers - Apprenticeshipswww.rolls-royce.com  2011 intake open in September and closes in November Interested  Day visit to RR including tour and overview of programme How do you apply?

23 Rolls-Royce proprietary information  A Rolls-Royce powered aircraft takes off or lands every 2.5 seconds  Presentation lasting 30 minutes =  30 minutes x 60 seconds = 1800 seconds  How many RR powered aircraft have taken off or landed during this presentation?  1800 seconds / 2.5 seconds = 720 aircraft Bet you would all like to be on one of those aircraft! But would you like to be part of an engineering organisation at the forefront of technology designing and manufacturing the engines that power those aircraft? During my Presentation

24 Rolls-Royce proprietary information Danke schönMerci beaucoupMuchas gracias Grazie Shukran Xie xie 谢谢 ! Thank You A Truly Global Company


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