Apprentices will develop the skills and knowledge to practise as a civil engineer or technician through:
- on-the-job learning
- a structured training programme about different parts of the business
- attending college one day a week for up to three years and completing various assignments.
You’ll work towards a BTEC Level 3 Diploma in Construction and the Built Environment (Civil Engineering) and NVQ level 3 Diploma in Civil Engineering for Technicians (Institution of Civil Engineers).
You’ll have a line manager to supervise your work and discuss your learning and development, and a buddy and a mentor to provide guidance and encouragement. All civil engineering apprentices meet quarterly to review progress and share learning.
What we’re looking for
- ambition to practise as a civil engineer or technician
- a proactive approach to training opportunities, and willingness to take responsibility for your own development
- commitment to completing the college course
- a strong customer focus and desire to improve the customer experience.
Other apprenticeship programmes
Hampshire County Council provides a number of apprenticeship programmes that will help participants work towards a professional and rewarding career. We offer hands on training, supported learning and at the end of your apprenticeship you will have gained nationally recognised qualifications.