Meet the employers

Engineering and IT graduate scheme providers and their programmes.

Find out more about what employers look for, what IET accredited graduate scheme programmes (engineering and IT) entail and what the experience is like.

AECOM graduates

The AECOM graduate development programme

AECOM’s graduate development programme is a structured training scheme that equips graduates with the necessary skills, knowledge and peer networks to help them succeed.

The UK Power Networks graduates

The UK Power Networks graduate scheme

UK Power Networks’ Graduate Engineering Programme is designed to help recruits develop their skills and provides stepping stones towards become a Chartered Engineer (CEng).

Wood Group PSN’s Barry Mitchell, centre, won the Oil and Gas UK Graduate of the Year Award in 2014

The Wood Group PSN scheme

Wood Group PSN develops its graduate engineers through a four-year IET-accredited training scheme.

Air traffic controllers

The NATS graduate scheme

NATS is the UK's leading provider of air traffic control services. Its air traffic management solutions are used in 15 UK airports, plus the company works in over 30 countries across the globe.

Katie Bannister in the control room simulator

The EDF Energy graduate scheme

EDF Energy aims for all those on its graduate scheme to achieve Chartered Engineer (CEng) status.

A Dstl scientist at work

Dstl’s graduate development programme

The Defence Science and Technology Laboratory’s (Dstl) two year graduate development programme offers young engineers and scientists some great career opportunities and benefits.


Past graduate scheme employer case studies

Explore our entire archive of engineering and IT graduate scheme case studies, where providers talk about their programmes.

Accredited schemes

A list of organisations currently accredited by the IET.