This programme combines academic study and practical application of principles within our training centres and college with work-based learning and practice in our operational Districts with ongoing assessment. You will project manage a range of projects increasing in complexity and value that may include investment in our infrastructure, connections for external customers or internal pieces of work.
“I did some work in retail after I left school and liked organising projects. Here I’m going to University for my qualifications as part of my project management training and I can go from office to out in the field to see how the projects work. I’m earning while I learn. I think our environmental commitment is important to everyone here. It’s talked about a lot and it’s very important to me.”
Louise – Project Management Apprenticeship Programme
Upon successful completion of the programme you’ll become a qualified project manager within the power industry with a diploma in project management and the opportunity to develop your career within an engineering industry experiencing unprecedented levels of innovation and change. You will receive a starting salary of £20,958.
What we’re looking for:
We need talented, ambitious, hardworking and flexible people with Craft Apprenticeship entry requirements plus:
- In Scotland – At least two or Highers at Grade A-C, one being from Maths, Science, English, Business or IT.
- In England & Wales – At least two A-levels at Grade A-C one being from Maths, Science, English, Business or IT.
- We will also consider relevant BTEC at Level 3 or National Certificate SCQF Level 6.
This is a 3 year programme.
Our intake for the 2020 Power Engineering Apprenticeship Programme is now open.