Apprenticeships play a key role in our success in delivering life's essential service to our customers, and we have a great track record in taking apprentices on and helping them develop their careers.
The learning curve will be challenging, exciting, and rewarding – and you’ll be earning at the same time.
The next intake for our apprenticeship schemes will take place from February 2022. If you're interested in completing an apprenticeship with us, please register your interest.
Types of apprenticeships
We offer a variety of advanced, higher and degree level apprenticeships. So matter what skills you have, if you have a passion for learning and the drive to manage your learning and working life, we’d love to hear from you.
All our apprentices work towards professional qualifications, on a permanent basis with a competitive salary. Read about the experiences of some of our apprentices:
Higher Engineering - Mechanical and Electrical
Junior Project Engineer
Instrumentation Automation and Control
Coming soon - Driver Technician apprenticeship
Our apprenticeship application process begins with an online application where you can tell us a bit about yourself and why you’d like to join one of our apprenticeship programmes.
The next stage is a pre-screen interview and then an assessment centre. You’ll get to meet our diverse range of managers who’re looking forward to meeting you.
Should you be successful at our assessment centres, you’ll be offered a role to start on one of our fantastic apprenticeship programmes in September 2022. You’ll be sent a contract and a link to our onboarding portal that’ll give you all the details you need to join Thames Water.
Contacting our apprenticeship team
If you have any queries about our apprenticeship scheme or the application process, please email our Resourcing Team. They'll be happy to answer any questions you may have.
Our apprenticeship scheme is closed at the moment, but you can register your interest.
Working with partners from our supply chain, Lanes, Clancy, MWH and Morrison, the shared apprenticeship scheme covers areas including project management, electrical installation, and quantity surveying.