Work+ civil engineering apprenticeship

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There is a major demand for civil engineering skills. The Work+ apprenticeship is your first step into this growing industry and your chance to make a difference in people’s lives. It will take two years to complete and you’ll be a professionally-qualified engineering technician at the end.

Civil engineering

Civil engineers and technicians work side-by-side to create solutions and deliver the projects that build our quality of life. You could design the infrastructure we use every day. This includes:

  • supplying clean water
  • building flood defences 
  • constructing roads and bridges
  • designing buildings
  • creating greenways
  • turning waste into energy
  • building networks for gas and electricity
  • protecting the environment

About Work+

The Work+ apprenticeship takes two years to complete and is a first step into this industry where there is a growing demand for civil engineering skills.

You will be released from your workplace one day a week to receive training. This will be tailored to your needs at a training provider, in partnership with Work+.

Work+ is looking for someone interested in any of the following:

  • improving people’s lives
  • being part of a team
  • how things work
  • solving problems
  • building things
  • design
  • drawing
  • maths
  • technology
  • computers and IT

Applying to Work+

The first round of applications for Work+ 2017 scheme is now closed.

To register your interest in Work+ and hear about future opportunities, visit the ICE  website.

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