You will work in the role of Project Insurance Controller, where you will work on construction sites across the country, ensuring that projects are delivered in accordance with technical and contractual requirements, while promoting and monitoring safety, reliability and efficiency on site. Historically, our gas comes from fields on the British continental shelf. But as these resources are rapidly depleted, let`s look at other supplies and sources, including international gas imports. This is a new phase that makes this period even more exciting. So if you can split your time between work and school and want to get a head start in your career knowing you won`t find yourself in debt, explore the different types of learning we offer. Discover the different types of learning we offer. Whichever National Grid training path you choose, you choose to start your career with us. You divide your week between your workplace and your place of study. During the first year of your higher education, you will take a variety of training courses at the National Training Academy in Eakring, Nottinghamshire, National Grid House, Warwick or St Catherine`s Lodge, Wokingham or via online learning. Join us in meeting the challenge of climate change by transforming the industry from the inside. You will participate in a 4 1/2 year development programme in which you will work towards a BEng in an engineering discipline. Read the Aston University programme brochure here.
National Grid Apprenticeships are a great starting point for school leavers and allow you to explore a wide range of opportunities, and once you finish your education, you`ll have the opportunity to take a job at National Grid. Liquefied Natural Gas – This training includes conducting inspections and site maintenance to ensure operations are running as efficiently and smoothly as possible. At TNCC, you are at the heart of real-time control of the high-voltage power transmission system in England and Wales. You could be part of our 24/7 control room. Or you can be part of our “Day Office” team. Most importantly, you are at the forefront of the electricity industry. provide technical support for power transmission operations during maintenance, investigate equipment failures or establish risk mitigation strategies; Transmission engineers understand the fundamentals of the power transmission system, apply it to a variety of complex types of equipment, and want to solve problems. National Grid buys £4.3 billion worth of goods and services each year. Global Procurement gives us access to the resources we need to innovate and drive performance, all at an unbeatable price/performance ratio. Climate change is the biggest challenge facing our generation, and one way to address it is to inspire others to support the path to carbon neutrality. They will all begin your knowledge-based training required for the training (this will be with an external professional or academic provider) and will also begin to gather work-based evidence/comprehensive projects to support your training work protocols/portfolios. You`ll also spend time with managers and colleagues and develop a deep understanding of your field of activity.
Planning, prioritization and optimization of the construction and maintenance of power transmission facilities. It`s an important role, and in the planning team, you will do it. Substations – You will be the one to take care of the National Grids substation, which provides electricity, households, roads, and businesses to millions of people. If you`re done or almost done, you`re A-level (or equivalent), this is for you. As a senior apprentice on the gas transport team, 20-year-old Sophie Ferguson decided to seize the opportunity to earn money while learning. Scheduling planning, cost management and problem solving are all part of the day-to-day life of our project control team. Every project we carry out needs safe hands to guide it from start to finish: as a member of this team, you will be those hands. Power System Management – This role includes planning and prioritizing the construction and maintenance of electrical systems to be efficient. An education is a step in the right direction that will allow you to earn money, learn, and join a new generation of talent shaping the future of energy. The second year includes the pursuit of your academic qualifications and skills development, stay at our University Centres or Aston University (depending on the programme chosen) and on-the-job learning with the support of your supervisor. A National Grid apprenticeship isn`t just about finding a job, it`s an opportunity to join a new generation of talent shaping the future of energy.
We help you develop your skills through a combination of practical work and academic study, while giving you the passion, skills and knowledge you need to drive our future.