Energy graduate training scheme
We are looking for talented, ambitious graduates to join our Energy graduate training scheme to be technical specialists and build a rewarding career in the energy industry.
We offer a four-year training scheme, during which you will have the opportunity to acquire a broad base of knowledge and experience whilst also honing your practical skills.
We will provide you with all the technical skills and experience you’ll need to become a world-class engineer or surveyor, including in-depth training from a range of experts both within and external to our organisation. After the first two years, you will put your skills into practice on a placement (which could be anywhere in the with the Energy business, either in the UK or potentially worldwide).
Once you have completed the scheme, you should meet the requirements for appointment as a full surveyor and qualify for registration as a Chartered Engineer by the Engineering Council UK (or equivalent schemes elsewhere).
The scheme will include:
You will gain an insight into the life of an Engineer or Surveyor working in Lloyd's Register through several weeks of invaluable, practical experience with our clients in a commercial environment. This will provide you with the opportunity to practice your existing skills whilst developing a host of new ones.
Over the two year scheme, you will receive in-depth training from industry leaders such as The Welding Institute as well as our own experts who set the standards within Lloyd’s Register and, indeed, the industry. Courses provided include materials, non-destructive evaluation, health and safety and soft skills training.
You will have the opportunity to spend one or more placements in our regional offices in the UK including Aberdeen, Bristol, Coventry, Hull, Liverpool, London and Sheffield. We are a truly global organisation with offices in over 78 countries, so the long-term opportunities for a global career are very much open to you.
Throughout the four year schemeand beyond you will be assigned a mentor. They will provide you with guidance and advice and be involved in assessing your performance as well as helping to support your technical training. The mentoring relationship will help you to form a clear vision of where you are heading and how you can get there.
Years three and four of your scheme:
With a solid base of new skills, the second two years of the scheme will be spent working in one of our locations either in the UK or possibly worldwide.The location will very much depend on your interests, skills and experience as well as the needs of the business.
During this posting you will continue to learn and develop your skills, through working with some of the world’s leading engineers and surveyors. You will start to work more autonomously, and build up your Certificate of Authorisation to become a fully qualified engineer or surveyor. You will remain in regular contact with your mentor who will be there for further guidance and to assist you when the time comes to apply for your Chartered Engineer status.
We are no longer recruiting for our 2013 Energy Graduate Training Scheme after having filled all vacancies. We will open again for our 2014 Graduate Training Scheme in October this year.
Due to a high level of interest we are no longer accepting applications for our Energy Summer Internship. We will open for 2014 internships later this year.