Apprentice and Graduate Schemes at EnerMech

At EnerMech we invest in our people, which is why we operate both a Graduate Engineering scheme and an Apprenticeship scheme. Giving our apprentices and graduates the chance to grow and move forward in their careers is something we pride ourselves on.

Both of our schemes let employees complete placements across our busy business lines, learning a full range of diverse skills. This gives them the opportunity to find out which area would fit them best for future job roles.

The EnerMech Apprenticeship Scheme combines college education with practical work experience. The wide scope of services which EnerMech provides to their clients gives our apprentices a variety of opportunities in which to gain practical experience.

Our graduates work on a project for around six months at a time, before switching business line. For example, they might first work for Cranes, before moving onto a project for Valves or PPU. They are encouraged to aim to become either a Chartered Engineer or an Incorporated Engineer. The graduates also attend college to acquire some of the competencies required.

"The graduates are working towards achieving either the IEng or CEng certification, and the course is accredited by the Institute of Mechanical Engineers. The graduates visit different departments and also college to acquire the competencies required."

Ross McHardy, European Director

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