At EDF Energy, we want to deliver Better Lives, Better Experience and Better Energy for all of society. Our apprentices are at the heart of that plan.
With all of our schemes you’ll not only earn the skills you need to build a great career, you’ll become part of a better energy future too.
Nuclear Engineer Degree Apprenticeship
Spend four years following the Nuclear Scientist and Nuclear Engineer apprentice standard, studying for a Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering. Your time will be split between the National College for Nuclear, Somerset, and an EDF Energy office. Study will be full time in the first year and across years two, three and four, time spent at the workplace will increase as you continue your studies through block release and distance learning.
Civil Engineering Degree Apprenticeship
Spend five years following the Civil Engineering Site Management apprentice standard, studying for a Civil Engineering Site Management degree. The majority of your tuition will fall within four two-week residential periods, delivered by the University of Exeter. You’ll also study elements of the degree during time spent at your EDF Energy location.
Quantity Surveyor Degree Apprenticeship
Spend five years following the Chartered Surveyor apprentice standard, studying for a Quantity Surveyor Degree. You’ll study at the University of the West of England on a day release basis to complete your degree, with the rest of your time spent at an EDF Energy office.
Project Controls Apprenticeship
Spend three years following the Project Controls Technician apprentice standard studying a level 3 Diploma in project control practice. You’ll study at the National College for Nuclear, Somerset, on a block release basis, with the rest of your time spent at an EDF Energy office.
Engineering Maintenance Apprenticeship
Spend four years following the Maintenance and Operations Engineer Technician apprentice standard, studying for a BTEC level 3 with the potential for further education. The first two years are full time residential study at the National College for Nuclear, Somerset, with the last two years spent on an EDF Energy power station.
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We know that what we do has a lasting impact on people’s lives and that an investment in people is an investment in our country and our company’s future.
We believe the apprentices we take on are key to our long-term success. Find out more now.