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Morgan Sindall | Apprenticeships - Lauren Moore





At Morgan Sindall, our apprenticeship programmes cover all areas from trades to professional and business, combining practical, on-the-job learning with first-class teaching both in the classroom and on site.


Lauren Moore, Case Study:

“My career has got off to a great start with Morgan Sindall Infrastructure and last year I was proud to be named Best Apprentice in our colleague recognition awards.”

"I have just completed a four-year Level 3 apprenticeship in electrical installation and maintenance and now I am excited to be embarking upon a Level 6 electrical technical support engineer degree apprenticeship. My career has got off to a great start with Morgan Sindall Infrastructure and last year I was proud to be named Best Apprentice in our colleague recognition awards."

"I got to know Morgan Sindall Infrastructure through the Energy Coast University Technical College in Cumbria. Whilst studying there, I was lucky enough to be part of the Bridge Project, a simulation of how major projects are delivered from inception to completion. The positive experiences and relationships I established throughout my time working with people on this project influenced my decision to choose an apprenticeship with Morgan Sindall Infrastructure."

"My new apprenticeship will enable me to broaden my experience by working in the Quality team. Over the next five years, I will spend one week each month studying for my degree at the National College for Nuclear. This new role will be office based yet I have been well supported by my colleagues in the transition from being on site to my new working environment. Whilst completing the core elements of my apprenticeship, I will also experience working in different business functions, where I can interact and learn from the people around me which supports my personal development."


If you’re keen to get out there as soon as possible, apprenticeships provide a mix of ‘real world’ experience and off-the-job development, enabling you to earn at the same time as learning a trade or profession.


We support a wide range of apprenticeships across a number of levels such as Site Engineering Technician, Civil Engineering Site Management, Digital Engineering Technician, Design and Construction Management, Quantity Surveying Technician and Quantity Surveying Degree including many more. These apprenticeships are credible alternatives to degrees if you want to build a career in the infrastructure industry. You’ll spend most of your time on site, with the technical aspects of the course delivered on a day-release basis.

There will be a mixture of technical training, personal development and on site support with opportunities to build and develop your skills. Apprenticeships are a great opportunity to earn while you learn and, best of all, you’ll have the chance to make new friends and start building your professional reputation amongst colleagues, customers and supply chain.


Frequently Asked Questions What attributes do you look for in applicants? Academic requirements are specified on each vacancy. In addition, applicants need to be committed, have a passion for a career in our industry, be prepared for further study and realistic about the amount of work that is required. What qualifications would I study for? Our trainees and apprentices study a wide range of qualifications ranging from accredited degrees and HNCs through to NVQs and professional qualifications. I'm a non UK citizen; can I still apply? Yes, as long as you have a valid 'right to work' document. What's the possibility of working in a location near where I live? We have many projects across the UK so it’s likely there will be a location to suit you.




Find out more at https://www.morgansindallinfrastructure.com/join-our-team/trainees-apprenticeships/

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