About the apprenticeship
As an Apprentice you will be required to complete an apprenticeship that will include Academic and Work based learning assignments.
• Experience will be gained through on the job training and academic training.
• To undertake and follow direction provided from a mentor.
• To attend the WAA Masterclasses and Workshops.
Welsh Apprenticeship Alliance (WAA) recruit apprentices on behalf of a variety of private consultancies, contractors, and Local Authority employers
Multiple vacancies in Civil Engineering and Quantity Surveying Apprenticeships from BTEC Lv3 and HNC Lv4.
The Welsh Apprentice Alliance is a partnership of the Welsh Government, the Institution of Civil Engineers and Arcadis.
WAA facilitates the employment of apprentices and supports their development in the Civil Engineering and Quantity Surveying sector in Wales.
Fully supports the Welsh Government's commitment to apprenticeships.
Established in 2012 and has supported over 145 apprentices since then.
Comprised of the Welsh Government, ICE and Arcadis.
Supported by SWIEET who recognise the importance of apprenticeships.
Identifies talent and provides a route to becoming a professional Civil Engineer or Quantity Surveyor.
Virtual recruitment in 2022 via Microsoft Teams.
Currently supports public sector organisations, major contractor's and consultants.
Strong support from FE Colleges.
Successful applicants will be capable, well organised, eager to learn and will show an interest in Civil Engineering or Quantity Surveying
- Requires five GCSE's at A to C grade, which must include Maths, English and a Science.
- Requires relevant A-Levels or experience.
Welsh Spoken Skills: No Welsh Written Skills: No
Multiple colleges across Wales
Construction and the Built Environment (with appropriate NVQs)
About the employer
Arcadis Consulting (uk) Ltd, Arcadis Cymru House, St. Mellons Business Park
Fortran Road, St. Mellons
Yes, we are part of the Disability Confident Scheme from the UK Department for Work and Pensions.
Please note that all apprenticeships are open to everyone. However, some organisations have worked to achieve Disability Confident accreditation. You should always apply for the apprenticeship you feel best suited to.
Interviews will be conducted via Microsoft Teams in June/July 2022, if successful a second interview with a specific company will be arranged.