Interested in a career on the railway? Network Rail is recruiting the next batch of future rail leaders through their highly regarded apprenticeship scheme. Applications are now open for a September 2020 start and will close when all places have been filled.
Network Rail is recruiting for future rail leaders through its apprenticeship scheme. Applications are now open for a March 2020 start and will close when all places have been filled.
- The scheme is open to anyone who will be aged 18 on or before 29 March 2020 with no upper age limit
- Three years of expert training and a lifetime of engineering possibilities
- Applications are now open, and the scheme starts in March 2020
Find out more about the Network Rail apprenticeship scheme with three current apprentices on Western route – Jospeh Clewer, Stephen Geer and Joseph Dijo.
Interested in a career on the railway? We’re recruiting our next batch of future rail leaders through the Network Rail apprenticeship scheme. Applications are now open for a September 2019 start and will close when all places have been filled – so head over to our website today to make sure you don’t miss out on this exciting opportunity!
This National Apprenticeship Week (4-8 March), Network Rail Wales and Borders is calling for people to join its award-winning apprenticeship scheme, as it embarks on its £2bn five-year funding plan to improve journeys for passengers.
Richard Turner has been appointed as Network Rail’s first dedicated head of apprenticeship delivery to develop new programmes and help widen access to careers in the rail industry.
Network Rail has opened a dedicated STEM learning facility with the aim of inspiring the next generation to pursue careers in the science, technology, engineering and maths sectors and help close skills gaps in vital areas across Britain.
Billions of pounds will be invested in railway signalling over the next five years to improve the reliability of systems on Britain’s railways, potentially enabling more trains to run.
- Six-year contract to VP Plc for the maintenance, repair and supply of small plant
- Leading to cost savings of £2.5m per year
- 42 apprenticeships to be created with VP Plc