Recognised as one of the Top 100 apprentice employers in the UK, we are very proud of our award winning apprenticeship programme.

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Each year we invest over £1m in the recruitment and training of our apprentices so we can offer a variety apprenticeship programmes, varying from many disciplines such as: 

  • Plant Maintenance
  • Hire Desk
  • Business Administration
  • Accommodation Maintenance
  • Electric Engineer
  • Mechanical Engineer
  • Driver

Why choose an A-Plant Apprenticeship?

  • Receive on the job training from industry experts
  • Earn while you learn
  • No student loan
  • Paid holiday
  • Gain a qualification while working
  • Competitive salary
  • Yearly bonus
  • Excellent career progression paths
  • Help to Buy ISA bonus scheme

As well as this, once you have completed your apprenticeship, you are guaranteed a permanent position with A-Plant.

Our Apprentices have also won national accolades in the Construction Plant Hire Association’s (CPA) Stars of the Future programme, and we are keen to recruit both male and female Apprentices. To make an application for our Apprenticeship programme, please click here.’

“My advice for somebody considering an Apprenticeship would be that you have to be motivated, a team player, and be able to work and adapt to the company’s needs. Also, that it is hard work, it isn’t easy and sometimes really challenging, but in a rewarding way. If given the opportunity, definitely take it - it will be one of the best decisions you make.”

Paige Carter - Plant Maintenance Apprentice – Year 2 Winner of ‘Construction Plant Maintenance – Stars of the Future Award’

“The Apprenticeship programme has been extremely valuable in gearing our business up for the future. As well as giving us a pool of skilled employees who have a good understanding of A-Plant’s values and systems, the whole experience has provided worthwhile employment and progression opportunities for people across the UK.”

Bob Harper, Head of Training