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Trainees and Higher Education Day Release

If you are interested in developing a career as a Site Engineer or Quantity Surveyor but you haven’t already been to university, you could choose to start work and attend part-time education on a day release basis.

Whilst you gain the practical experience 4 days per week by being at work, you also spend 1 day at university or college and we will sponsor you to attend the day release programme.*

*Conditions apply

For more information contact recruitment@dyerandbutler.co.uk.

Apprenticeships

Similarly, we offer apprenticeships to a small number of individuals every year to gain a trade skill. Dyer & Butler offers apprenticeships in a number of disciplines and as an apprentice we will sponsor you to attend college on a day (or block) release basis whilst gaining on site experience to gain an NVQ (National Vocational Qualification).

Once you have an NVQ this could just be the beginning for you. There are options available to go on to obtaining other qualifications and professional memberships.

For more information contact recruitment@dyerandbutler.co.uk.

Graduate Development Programmes

At Dyer & Butler, we are aware of the importance of recruiting graduates and the benefit to us by training them properly. We offer a development programme to Civil Engineering Graduates and Quantity Surveying Graduates – this is a professional training scheme over a 2/3 year period, working together with the ICE (Institute of Civil Engineers) and the RICS (Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors). The aim is that you become professionally qualified at the end of this period.

For more information contact recruitment@dyerandbutler.co.uk.

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