Industry & Partners

The 2018 apprentice roles are set to go live on Wednesday 4th October. It is their biggest year in terms of the quantity and variety of apprentice opportunities on offer.
 
 If anyone wishes to find out more about apprentice life at Atkins, the types of positions they offer and where the path might take you visit the new apprenticeship page https://careers.atkinsglobal.com/early-careers-uk-europe.
 
Also join the #InsideAtkins conversation in social media as they highlight employee photos and stories about working at Atkins. 

 



Atrium has been developed with expert advice IMG_0605from the School of Architecture, Design & Environment at Plymouth University, with support from national organisations, industry bodies and employers. Atrium’s links with industry and higher education partners offers students opportunities to embark on projects in collaboration with local businesses.  This helps them to identify future career choices and gain the ECO & COYO workshop - Feb 16 3experience needed to make the transition between school and the workplace.

At every stage, students are supported by personal coaches in their work placements. When they leave Atrium Studio, they will possess high-quality qualifications plus the necessary skills and experience that employers require in the 21st century.

“Sherwoods have been working in partnership with the Atrium Studio School over several projects. We had the pleasure of entertaining Adam Fearer for a week’s work placement and more recently we have started a very exciting design project for an innovation space at Sherwoods. We aim to support as many local establishments of education as we can as we know the students of today are the employees of tomorrow. John our Training Centre Manager assists by sitting on the Atriums AESG.  The Atrium provides a fantastic opportunity to all young people entering the Built Environment and everyone at Sherwoods from Kev, the M.D. to our existing apprentices can see the positive effect of engaging with the workforce of tomorrow.”