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Apprentices join Island Roads

19/09/2013

Six Islanders are on the road to a successful career in highways engineering and maintenance after taking up apprenticeships with Island Roads.

Apprentices join Carillion

19/02/2014

Three civil engineering apprentices will work on two major road projects on behalf of Carillion.

Atkins wants more apprentices

07/03/2014

Atkins is seeking 15 apprentices to work on a range of projects in its highways and transportation business.

Ringway Jacobs hires 1,000th employee

02/10/2014

Ringway Jacobs is celebrating the recruitment of its 1,000th employee – Melanie Houston – who is working on the firm’s Cheshire East Highways contract.

Lafarge Tarmac launches apprenticeship recruitment drive

10/03/2015

Lafarge Tarmac will take on 75 new apprentices this year.

FM Conway to double number of apprentices

23/04/2015

FM Conway has pledged to double the number of apprentices at the company by the end of the next financial year.

Government pledge to create thousands of highways apprenticeships

21/08/2015

The government has pledged to create more than 30,000 apprenticeship places across the road and rail industry during the lifetime of this Parliament.

Record number of new apprentices taken on by TfL

09/09/2015

Transport for London (TfL) has taken on a record number of apprentices (156) this month (September) as it continues to invest in the next generation of transport professionals.

‘Tarmacademy’ plan for Liverpool

08/12/2015

Civil engineers King Construction hope to train 1,000 people over the next five years at a ‘Tarmacademy’ in Liverpool.

Colas highlights work of two apprentices during NAW

14/03/2016

Colas is highlighting the work of two apprentices during National Apprenticeship Week (NAW 2016) which is taking place from 14-18 March.

New apprenticeships recruitment drive from Tarmac

15/03/2016

Tarmac has announced the creation of up to 50 new apprenticeships for 2016 to coincide with National Apprenticeship Week which is taking place from 14-18 March.

Education about apprenticeships is key

16/03/2016

The chair of the government’s transport and infrastructure skills strategy Terry Morgan says more must be done to promote the balance between apprenticeships and the benefits of going to university.

Misperceptions the biggest barrier to apprenticeships, say apprentices

17/03/2016

Misperceptions that apprenticeships are an inferior route into industry are the biggest barrier to attracting good candidates, according to a survey of apprentices carried out by global infrastructure services firm AECOM.

Apprentice of the year to be recognised at Excellence Awards

17/03/2016

This year’s Highways Magazine Excellence Awards will feature a new Apprentice of the Year category.

AECOM: Gender imbalance must be addressed at apprenticeship level

21/06/2016

A significant gender imbalance at apprenticeship level risks undermining the engineering industry’s efforts to build a more diverse workforce, according to integrated infrastructure services firm AECOM.

New apprenticeship/skills zone at this year's Highways SIB

27/07/2016

The Institute of Highway Engineers (IHE) will form part of a new apprenticeship/skills zone at this year’s Highways SIB (Seeing is Believing) event.

SWH Group apprentices gain practical experience

09/08/2016

Exeter-based SWH Group has teamed up with the local arm of Aggregate Industries to provide practical training exercises to construction and civil engineering apprentices.

Apprentices helping to build Newton Bypass

16/11/2016

Welsh Economy and Infrastructure Secretary Ken Skates has met with eight of the apprentices that are helping to ensure the Newtown bypass is completed on time.

Apprentices secure jobs at FM Conway

25/11/2016

A number of apprentices at FM Conway have graduated from the apprenticeship programme and will now work for the company.

56,000 construction professionals needed by 2020

01/12/2016

More than 50,000 construction professionals, including 15,000 in the roads sector, are needed to deliver key infrastructure projects.  

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