AECOM's UK Apprenticeship Programme has been established to support and train school leavers - and they're proving very popular with talented women.
AECOM recruits school students from the age of 16 into technical and support service roles. Their annual intake tends to be September, and they'd typically advertise for applications via their careers website around October each year.
The application process involves submitting your CV online, followed by a final stage interview with the hiring manager, for successful candidates, in the office to which they have applied.
AECOM fully supports their apprentices towards their academic studies. They provide you with an allocated mentor responsible for supporting and guiding your professional development, and they'll provide you with all appropriate on-the-job and classroom training as required.
AECOM's longer term aim is for you to study a relevant part-time degree (although this will depend on your business line, individual performance, and your personal aspirations), and subsequently attain your professional qualification with the relevant institution.
The table below provides an overview of some of the UK & Ireland courses available and entry requirements.
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