As members of the Technical Apprenticeship Consortium (TAC), we are committed to the recruitment, training and development of our apprentices.

To celebrate the 15th annual National Apprenticeship Week #NAW2022 campaign, new apprentices from across Waterman give their insight in to what they enjoy most about their apprenticeship.

Previous videos and blogs

  • Habiba Bernier

    1st Year Apprentice – Infrastructure & Environment

    Habiba Bernier gives us the lowdown on how she splits her time between the office and university as she works towards her Environmental Science degree.

  • I Love Apprenticeships

    As part of #NAW2021, our Apprentices share the main reasons they love their Engineering Apprenticeships.

  • Ellis Oxlade

    2nd Year Apprentice – Structures

    “As Apprentices, we have had to become accustomed to remote learning in the training side of our role while being set up for homeworking in lockdown”

  • K1 Knightsbridge site visit

    Our Apprentices undertook a comprehensive site visit at K1 Knightsbridge, a prestigious 33,000 m2 redevelopment in Covent Garden, London.

  • Nyal Patel

    1st Year Apprentice – Infrastructure & Environment

    “It’s been important to me to choose a career which not only focuses on infrastructure but also on improving a communities’ quality of life”

  • Jake Styles

    1st Year Apprentice – Structures

    “I’m not only learning to obtain a degree, I’m also gaining professional knowledge from my team members”

  • Sophie Dawson

    Civils Apprentice – Waterman Aspen

    “I loved the idea of being seconded. It is an ideal way to gain experience in various roles and businesses within engineering”

  • Jonathan Asquith

    1st Year Apprentice – Structures

    “I was always interested in engineering as a kid, looking over my dad’s A0 and A1 drawings even though I couldn’t understand what was on them”

  • Connor Norman-Walker

    2nd Year Apprentice – Infrastructure & Environment

    “Becoming a civil engineer apprentice was the best decision I’ve made so far”

  • Scott Griffiths

    4th Year Degree Apprentice – Structures

    “Apprenticeships have shown me that your limits only depend on how hard you are willing to work for something”

  • Alexandro Justin

    2nd Year Apprentice – Building Services

    “It has been an amazing experience to see a designer’s role in the everyday life of the construction industry”

  • Nishan Bansal

    1st Year Apprentice – Infrastructure & Environment

    “I knew in the long term it would be more beneficial for me to get practical experience while working for a reputable company”

  • Georgia Lilley

    1st Year Apprentice – Structures

    “This role comprises all the aspects of physics which I had enjoyed at school whilst also utilising the management and communication skills which are predominant in my personality”


Our graduates form an integral part of our teams, offering a wide range of skills to their work whilst studying towards their degree.

  • Gregor Gillanders

    Graduate – Structures

    “Every day has been a steep learning curve for me, in all aspects of the job”

  • Rand Jasim

    Graduate – Infrastructure & Environmental

    “After all the hard work and dedication you put into a project, you have something tangible to show for your efforts that everyone can physically see”

  • Emily Wingrove 

    Graduate – Structures

    “There is no reason a woman should ever hesitate to take a career in engineering because the industry is an evolving, exciting and inclusive sector for everyone to work in”

  • Anna Hozner

    Graduate – Building Services

    “I find that the projects I am working on are constantly improving my abilities in this profession”