Aircraft Technician Apprenticeship

Type: Apprentice
Region: North West

The RAF is . A career in the RAF is about discovering your natural talent and working together to find out what makes you happy, productive and brings you the most value in your life.

Further Faster. Many of our roles don’t require experience. You’ll receive basic and specialist training in your field and we’ll be focused on your path throughout your career. Your success is vital to us!

THE MISSION: . Every member of the RAF is valuable, every role is dependent on another to get the job done. Discover how you could be a part of a force making a real change.

Why Join the RAF?

Thanks to subsidised food, travel and accommodation and free gym you get more money in your pocket. Travel the world and explore incredible destinations while serving your country.

You will also benefit from health and dental care, pension, discounts across retail, holidays, cars etc through the


The Role of Aircraft Technician (Avionics)

As an Aircraft Technician (Avionics), you’ll be the hidden hero behind every flight, ensuring our jets soar with peak performance. From radar and communication systems to target acquisition equipment, you’ll master the intricate world of onboard electronics, keeping our pilots informed and our missions successful.

Meet Rotimi. From sport to friendships and family time, his role has helped him find the perfect work, life balance.

Think you’re up for the challenge?

  • Minimum education requirements: GCSE grade C/4 in English, Maths and a Science/Technology subject.

  • Be aged 16-47 (must attest before 48th birthday).

  • Be a citizen of the UK or dual UK/ other nationality

  • Commit to a minimum 3 years post-training.

  • Pass the Defence Aptitude Assessment and Fitness Test.

Ready to unlock your potential?

Limited spots available! Apply now and take your first step to an extraordinary career.

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