Duration: 2 years (may vary in Scotland)
Structure: 18 weeks training plus on-the-job experience
Location: NCC Norfolk, Birmingham or Scotland, and your workplace
Date: See How to apply below
Funding: See Funding below
This apprenticeship course is for people who want to start a career in civil engineering specialising in highways, and want to gain professional experience and an academic qualification.
You will learn how to build, maintain and repair public highways and footpaths, including training in construction technology.
At the end of the training you gain a level 2 Diploma in Construction.
You will learn the skills and knowledge you need to work on highways, including:
Practical training includes:
You’ll also gain competence in:
Teaching and training
You’ll have individual tutorials and progress reviews and will be assessed by:
You can also choose to study additional qualifications in health and safety, and other industry-specific subjects.
You will be paid while you learn.
The following CITB grants are available for employers to fund their apprentices on this course:
If you applied for your apprenticeship through the Education and Skills Funding Agency, only applicants aged between 16 and 18 who have not been placed on a training scheme before are guaranteed full funding.
Call 0300 456 5037 for course dates and how to apply.