We can only accept one scheme application per candidate. Applying for more than one scheme could mean that you won't be considered for your preferred choice.
With 8.6 million people now living in London, the city's population is the largest it's ever been. By 2030, that figure is forecast to hit 10 million. This means that more people are, and will be, travelling in to London on a daily basis for work, which poses a huge challenge for our transport networks. Investment in transport infrastructure is vital to keeping London moving and meeting the challenges of population growth.
Five A*-C grade GCSEs (or certificated equivalent), including maths and English language (essential), science, ICT and any other two subjects. Applicants must be 16 by 1 September 2016.
Salaries will differ according to the scheme, however, all our schemes offer a competitive package with the minimum London living wage.
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A level 3 Advanced apprenticeship, and registration as an engineering technician by the Chartered Institution of Highways and transportation.
This role is now closed.
Initially, there is a three-day induction based in London which explains everything there is to know about us, the role and where you fit in. Following that, you'll begin an intensive development programme which is designed to give your career a real kickstart.
The Transport Planning and Town Planning apprenticeship scheme offers practical learning and academic training. By the end, you will have developed to meet the transport planning technician apprentice standards.
Training in the following:
QualificationsOn successful completion of the apprenticeship, you'll become a professional transport planner.
You'll also receive: