Apprentice Technician training program
We are extremely proud of our successful Apprentice Technician Training Programme, we employ around 8 apprentices every year which we train and develop in partnership with the Engineering Construction Industry Training Board (ECITB).
We work in partnership with industry organisations to deliver our training; including CATCH (Centre for the Assessment of Technical Competence – Humber) and HETA (Humberside Engineering Training Association).
If you are interested in becoming part of the future workforce of Cofely Fabricom GDF SUEZ in the UK via our apprenticeship technician training scheme, please see ECITB Apprenticeships for full details on how to apply.
Graduate Training Programme
Our Graduate Training Programme provides a structured, comprehensive program aiming to fulfill specific Company requirements.
The graduate programme is for university graduates with a minimum of 3 years of academic studies leading to a degree in engineering.
The objective of the scheme is to provide a training programme to allow the individual to gain fast track experience across the business with a view to the graduates taking a permanent position within one of the areas of expertise. This includes Engineering and Project Management together with the skills necessary to ensure a professional approach in all aspects of work and future development of a career with Cofely Fabricom GDF SUEZ in the UK. The programme will differ for each candidate depending on his/her departmental assignments.
If you would like to know more about our Graduate Training Programme, please contact our HR Department by sending an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Andy Easton joined us as a Mechanical Engineering Graduate with First Class Honors from University of Hull in February 2008.
Since joining Cofely Fabricom GDF SUEZ, he has worked in different areas of the business, gaining experience of how we operate. This experience has included working at our Immingham facility and on a project site.
Andy gained a unique placement on the GDF SUEZ Nuclear Training Programme which entailed him working on various GDF SUEZ nuclear sites across Europe and attending training courses for a year. This training program is a good example of the opportunities we can harness as part of a global energy organisation.
“I am relishing the hands on experience that I am gaining during my training. Most of the people who were on my course at university have gone down the research route as the next step but the graduate programme at Cofely Fabricom GDF SUEZ has definitely been the right move for me.”
“I have particularly enjoyed the experience of working on a project site; this has allowed me to gain an insight into how a project is managed.”
Andy has since achieved Chartered status from the Institute of Mechanical Engineering and continues to work in Project Management with Cofely Fabricom GDF SUEZ in the UK.