The Allianz Engineer Surveyor Apprenticeship is returning for a 3rd year

The Allianz Engineer Surveyor Apprenticeship is returning for a 3rd year

Authored by Allianz

Allianz Engineering Construction & Power is pleased to announce the launch of the third year of the Engineer Surveyor (Lift and Crane) Apprenticeship Programme.

The SAFed affiliated Level 4 apprenticeship has been a resounding success. From the first two intakes the programme currently supports 21 apprentices who are  delivering outstanding results as they progress on their apprenticeship journey.

The two year programme is delivered through on the job learning with Allianz’s  outstanding team of trainers backed up by operational and technical support teams. The practical experience  is also underpinned through the expert technical delivery carried out at Fareham College’s CTEC campus.

The role of the Engineer Surveyor is to carry out inspections on a wide variety of lifting equipment in workplaces such as football stadiums, the space industry, music events, the film industry, dockyards as well as factories, shops, quarries, hospitals and schools.

They are responsible for the inspection of millions of items of equipment every year from eyebolts to passenger lifts.

Martin Ball, head of inspection at Allianz Engineering Inspection Services:

“Watch this space for your chance to apply to be part of the 2023 cohort. I’ve been absolutely blown away by the hugely talented people who’ve joined us in the first two years of this initiative and it’s a pleasure to be around them and watch them develop. This apprenticeship is designed to set people up with the skills they need to start a hugely exciting and rewarding career and it’s fantastic to see our numbers growing.”

Recruitment will begin in early April for this year’s intake who will start mid-September 2023.

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