Technicians in the battery industry are essential in the development and production of battery technologies. They work hands-on with equipment and technologies that are at the forefront of energy storage solutions. Their role involves a blend of technical skills, precision, and practical knowledge, making them invaluable in both research and industrial settings.

Key responsibilities

Skills and qualifications

Career path

Starts often with vocational training or an associate degree. Progression can involve specialising in certain types of battery technology or moving into supervisory or managerial roles within the technical team.

Continuous learning and upskilling, through workshops or additional certifications, can enhance career prospects and expertise.

Work environment

Primarily in laboratory or manufacturing settings, involving regular interaction with technical equipment and machinery. Safety protocols and protective gear are often essential due to the nature of the work.

Courses

UKBIC Introduction to Battery Manufacturing

Battery Manufacturing Technician Apprenticeship