Bespoke Utilities Apprenticeships


What is an apprenticeship?

An apprenticeship is a paid job that combines practical on-the-job training with study. Apprentices work towards a specialist career by learning both the technical and practical skills needed to become a fully qualified skilled worker. Government funding is available to businesses who are interested in taking on an apprentice and formal training is delivered by JTL.

Why JTL?

JTL has a wealth of experience in apprenticeship programmes and can support you at all stages of the process. Each apprentice is supported by a Training Officer, who can advise and guide you through the apprenticeship right from the recruitment stage.

The apprenticeships for our special Utilities options shown here, are bespoke training packages by JTL and can only be accessed directly via the Employer.

Gas Network Operative

Construct, maintain and repair gas network infrastructure, to provide a reliable supply/service to the end user.

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Gas Network Craftsperson

Responsible for building, maintaining and repairing parts for the country's gas network, to provide a reliable supply of gas to the end user.

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Maintenance & Operations Engineering Technician

Responsible for maintaining the safety, integrity and effective operation of plant and equipment in buildings across many disciplines, such as hospitals and office blocks.

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Water Industry Network Technician

Respond to incidents and monitor water networks, resolving issues or identifying action required.

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Water Industry Treatment Process Technician

Maintain site process standards for water and ensure a balance between water production with network demand.

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