Electricity Engineering Advanced Apprenticeship (Substations)

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  • Employer Test Placement no.7
  • Job type Advanced Apprenticeships
  • Salary £17,940
  • Deadline 16/04/2020

  • Entry requirements GCSEs
  • Locations London
  • Qualifications gained Professional Qualification
  • Date published 25/03/2020

Why choose us?

The effects of climate change impact our lives every day – from the air we breathe, to the food we eat and the world we live in. At National Grid, we run and operate the UK’s energy system, delivering power to every corner of the country. This means we play a central role in helping to solve the challenges facing our climate. It’s why we’re acting today to help build a cleaner, greener Britain.

We’re investing in transformative engineering and cutting-edge technology to help the country hit its net zero carbon target by 2050. But to achieve this goal we need the right people. We need people with passion and potential to help us win the race to halt climate change. For us, it is the job that can’t wait.

About the programme

Delivering energy across the nation takes epic feats of engineering. At our world-class training centre in Eakring, Nottinghamshire, we’ll show you how we do it. Here, you’ll receive with expert instruction, hands-on live work, 3D study suites and more. The programme lasts 36 months and features a blended learning approach including gaining a Diploma in Electrical Power Engineering – (City & Guilds)

Year 1 – The majority of the year will be spent at our Training Academy in Eakring, Nottinghamshire. Here you will begin your structured training covering both technical and academic training

Year 2 – In year 2 your time will be split between Eakring and at Substation sites. You will be allocated a mentor but will also be supported by the teams you are working with. You will start to put some of the training you have learned into.

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