Intermediate - Level 2

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“Managing and maintaining water and sewerage networks and assets” As an intermediate apprentice, you may conduct operational activities on the sewerage network, support the maintenance of public health and support

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“A waste resources operative collects, transports, processes, disposes of and recycles waste and recyclables” A waste resources operative covers a number of roles and responsibilities in the collection, transport, processing,

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“Responsible for the operation of plant systems and equipment on nuclear facilities” As a nuclear operative, you’ll work within a variety of environments within nuclear facilities, either operational work or

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“Proving radiological monitoring services in the nuclear industry to protect people, the plant and the environment from contamination” A nuclear health physics monitor protects people, the plant and the environment

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“Building, maintaining and repairing the country’s gas network infrastructure to provide a reliable supply of gas to domestic, commercial and industrial users” This apprenticeship will prepare you for one of

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“Laying, repairing and maintaining gas services and main pipes, as well as installing plumbing and heating systems” The gas industry apprenticeship covers distribution and installation, with a broadness that caters

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“Safely installing, exchanging and maintaining smart meters, and explaining to customers how they work and how to use energy more efficiently” Dual fuel smart meter installation forms a key part

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“Applying insulation materials and pre-formed cladding for the prevention of heat loss, heat gain, energy efficiency and personnel protection” The role of a thermal insulation operative involves the installation and

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“Spectator safety focuses on the management and direction of large numbers of people at public events” Event stewards and marshals are responsible for ensuring the health, safety and security of

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“Providing playwork opportunities to young people aged between four and 16” Providing playwork opportunities in communities is a way to make sure that all children are able to learn important

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