IET approved apprenticeship schemes offer upcoming engineers the best opportunities. Download a list of scheme providers and find out more about some of the engineering apprenticeships available.
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IET approved apprenticeship schemes offer apprentices many benefits including streamlined Engineering or ICT Technician (EngTech/ICTTech) application processes and TMIET membership of the IET.
Gatwick’s engineering apprenticeship scheme started back in 1977 with just two apprentices. Since then the organisation has recruited 212 apprentices, with 89 still working at Gatwick as engineering technicians.
Spirax Sarco is a provider of steam system solutions, working across many sectors including oil and gas, catering and pharmaceutical.
Wessex Water’s engineering apprenticeship scheme has been running for over twenty years and many of its current engineers have entered the business via this route.
As well as completing the Arup scheme with qualifications and several years of experience, apprentices have long-term career opportunities with the company.
BT offers a wide range of engineering and technology apprenticeships, many with the chance to gain a degree.
Want a technical career within British intelligence? GCHQ offers a three year apprenticeship scheme that will train you across the organisation's main technology business areas.
National Grid has operated an apprenticeship programme for over fifteen years, designed to give young people the skills and experience to become fully qualified engineers.
Bentley offers a sponsored degree apprenticeship programme.
Network Rail's apprenticeship scheme not only gives you the skills you need for a long career in the railway sector, but also offers academic and personal development.