One in 50 jobs across the Tideway sites is an apprenticeship, and since work started on the super sewer in 2014, apprenticeships have been offered in areas ranging from civil engineering to construction, boatmasters, business administration and digital engineering.
More than 100 apprenticeships have been offered since the project started, offering high quality training across a wide-range of disciplines, and helping to create a future generation of construction workers with long-term career options.
Tideway and its contractors offer apprenticeships ranging from intermediate, advanced and higher to a degree level. 18 apprentices working at Tideway have completed and gone on to either a higher apprenticeship or employment.
Apprenticeship opportunities at Tideway are also posted at www.gov.uk/apply-apprenticeship.