Network Rail’s industry-leading engineering apprenticeship programme is now open with roles available in Inverness and Helmsdale.
Applicants from all over Scotland are being invited to help shape the future of the rail industry by joining the programme during Scottish Apprenticeship Week (March 1 – March 5).
Between 2019 and 2024, Network Rail Scotland is investing more than £4bn in maintaining, enhancing and operating Scotland’s Railway.
As an apprentice engineer, you’ll be at the heart of national projects while earning as you learn and receiving expert training and on-the-job experience that will take your career to the next level.
After an initial period of online and residential training, you’ll join a depot close to home where you’ll be assigned a specialist pathway and your work will make a difference to millions of passengers and freight customers.
Rachel Hollinger, Apprentice, Graduate Assessment and Induction Manager at Network Rail, said: “The rail industry is going through one of the largest transformations ever and our engineering apprentices are crucial as we build back better from COVID-19.
“All Network Rail apprentices gain valuable skills, experience, and nationally recognised qualifications over three years, while being supported by expert colleagues, allowing them to thrive in the rail industry.
“And after completing our apprenticeship scheme all of our apprentices are perfectly set up to take the next step on their career journeys.”
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