What will the apprentice be doing?
Working with our team, this is an excellent opportunity to learn about inclusive design, develop skills and subsequently work on your own projects. Much of the work of an access and inclusive design consultant involves providing expert advice on statutory and policy requirements, technical standards, building regulations, and the practicalities of enabling accessibility and inclusivity in large and complex projects. As such, this apprenticeship would be an excellent opportunity for someone passionate about access and inclusion in the built environment, who does not yet have the practical experience and broader understanding of the industry, or legal landscape needed to work as a commercial consultant. By joining our growing team, you will acquire project experience from day one and the opportunity to impact the accessibility and inclusivity of our future built environment.
What training will the apprentice take and what qualification will the apprentice get at the end?
As part of your apprenticeship, you'll study towards the listed qualificaiton You'll study at a local partner college on day release, and combine this experience with real responsibilities in the workplace.
What is the expected career progression after this apprenticeship?
When joining us as one of our apprentices, you'll enjoy the opportunity to study for a paid, professionally-recognised qualification in a discipline that will help you further your career.
Throughout your apprenticeship, you'll have access to our online network. You'll also take internal courses. These cover technical aspects of the business, such as software, but also vital 'soft' skills such as report writing and working effectively.
Requirements and prospects
Desired skills and personal qualities
Communication skills, IT skills, Organisation skills, Number skills, Team working, Enthusiasm
A Level or equivalent Level 3 construction/property related discipline (Grade C) Essential