Level 6 Apprenticeship in Civil Engineer (Degree)
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Civil Engineers provide technical and management input to develop design solutions for complex civil engineering problems.
They will work as part of a team of engineers and other construction professionals through all lifecycle stages of development, design, construction, commissioning, operation, maintenance, and decommissioning of civil engineering infrastructure. A Civil Engineer will be required to have a broad skills base to work in areas including sustainable construction, structural integrity, geotechnics (engineering behaviour of earth materials), materials, tunnelling, marine and coastal engineering, water, waste management, flood management, transportation and power.
A Civil Engineer might work in public and private sector organisations including local authorities, central government departments and agencies, engineering consultancy practices, contracting firms and research and development organisations.
This Apprenticeship will include the knowledge, skills and behaviours required to achieve Incorporated Engineer with the Engineering Councl and status with the Institution of Civil Engineers and lead to the designatory letters IEng MICE.
The professional review process for IEng MICE is included in the final assessment process for this Apprenticeship.
Further training will ultimately lead to achieving Chartered Engineer status.
Applicants should have:
Candidates who completed study overseas and are now working in the UK may also be eligible. Please contact us to discuss your application.
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