If you are looking to start a career in construction, our Apprenticeships scheme is an excellent choice.
Now in its 17th year, the programme continues to unlock the door to jobs across the construction and property development industry and allows young people to earn while they learn.
Our Apprentices attend both practical and theory-based training sessions, focussing on honing their skills in a variety of subjects, including street works, drainage, excavations, concreting, paving, kerbing, plant and machinery.
The modules undertaken ultimately result in nationally recognised awards and qualifications, while giving participants a solid grounding in high-quality and safe construction practices.
Many Anderson Apprentices go on to use these qualifications as they work their way through our business, taking on a variety of roles.
We usually open our application process for Apprenticeships in April, with applications reviewed in May and placements beginning in September.
To register your interest, please send your CV and a covering letter to email@example.com.
Hear from our latest recruits
Seven young men have joined the Anderson family this quarter – starting on site as Groundworks Apprentices.
The group are the 17th intake for the prestigious Anderson Apprenticeship Scheme which incorporates practical and theory-based training.
Training Manager Steve Hammond said: “This is an exciting moment in their lives – the start of a new career and the opportunity to lay the foundations of their future. Our apprentices have always been an essential part of our growth strategy and we have high hopes for this cohort.”
I know loads of people who work at Anderson and every single one tells me how brilliant it is to work for. I’d like to think that down the line I will be mentoring apprentices just like myself.
John Dunnow, 18, is from Southend-on-Sea.
I chose to do an apprenticeship because I wanted to build a career for myself and I’m looking forward to learning new things in a practical way rather than in the classroom.
Riley Giles, 16, is from East London.
The team at Anderson has been incredibly helpful, understanding and supportive since I joined and there is a sense of real team spirit. I’m glad to be a part of that.
Alexander Lowe, 21, is from Woodbridge, Suffolk.
I chose this apprenticeship because I had heard really good things about Anderson and knew it was a place where I had career prospects long term.
Taylor Dowman, 17, is from Tiptree, Essex.
I’m looking forward to working on site and learning new things. The team at Anderson have been approachable from day one – it feels like a perfect environment for young apprentices.
Kieran Bonass, 18, is from Braintree, Essex.
Anderson is a company that treats everyone the same no matter what position they are in or where they are on their career journey. I love that.
Thomas Mason-Fowler is 17 and from Southend in Essex.
I did work experience with Anderson at 15 and knew immediately that this was a career path I wanted to follow. I think this is a company that will give me opportunities.
Greg Russell, 17, is from Chelmsford, Essex.
A word from our award-winner
Sasha Harvey is a Trainee Site Engineer and this year’s Apprentice of the Year in the National Building and Construction Awards following two years with Anderson.
One of the best ways to get started in the workplace is through an apprenticeship like mine. Not only can you earn while you learn but completing an apprenticeship can increase your future earning potential. I have had so much support from Anderson. It’s been an incredible start to a career.