Level 3 Diploma in Civil Engineering
23 Jun 19
Belfast Metropolitan College is delighted to partner with Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) and Department for the Economy (DfE) to offer Work+, an apprenticeship scheme in civil engineering. The apprenticeship, currently offered by 35 employers, will enable apprentices to earn as they learn from the age of 16, provide a path to higher levels of qualification and give invaluable industry experience. This new apprenticeship scheme will allow apprentices to work and gain the qualifications, experience and broader transferable skills they need for long-term progression in education and employment. Civil engineers and technicians work side-by-side to create solutions and deliver the projects that build our quality of life. They design the infrastructure we use every day. This work includes:
• supply of clean water and flood defences that help to keep us healthy and safe
• building roads and bridges
• creating harbours and buildings
• design of gas, electricity and energy networks that keep us fully-charged and provide a source of heat in our homes and buildings.
It’s work, plus so much more:
• a £12,000 starting salary
• no fees
• a pathway to professional qualifications
• the first step in your career
Work+ is your first step in a career in a growing industry. It will take two years to complete and you’ll be a professionally-qualified engineering technician at the end.
Work+ is looking for someone interested in improving people’s lives, being part of a team, how things work, solving problems, building, design, drawing, maths and technology.
Apprentices will attend college on a day release basis for two years while working fulltime for their employer. At College, students will undertake a Level 3 Diploma in Construction (Civil Engineering) which provides underpinning knowledge in 12 modules. Apprentices will also gather evidence in the workplace to complete a competency based level 3 qualification that consists of 9 modules.
All fees are set in accordance with DfE regulations.
Applications for this course MUST be made through the following link: