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Watertrain is building on their success, securing more contracts with water companies to deliver training and creating new job opportunities as a result.
Watertrain provides a range of specialist training programmes to the water sector across the UK, including the new Level 3 Apprenticeship Standard – Water Process Technician, which is proving particularly popular.
As a result of the increasing demand for their services, Watertrain is expanding their team of tutors and assessors in the North East and across Southern England.
The majority of the new job opportunities require a good operational knowledge in areas such as water treatment, waste water treatment, water distribution, leakage and wastewater network. Candidates with some experience in training too are of particular interest.
However, Watertrain will support the right candidates in acquiring the relevant teaching and assessment qualifications, so for industry professionals seeking a fresh challenge there are exciting opportunities with Watertrain.
“We have created a number of new roles ideal for people with operational experience of the water industry to assist us in delivering training, enabling them to make a step change in their career” explains Watertrain founder Neil Davies.
“We are searching for people with a passion for what they do and are keen to pass on their knowledge and skills to industry colleagues and new entrants to the sector, so we would encourage suitable candidates to get in touch.”
Watertrain is also on the lookout for trainers with expertise in delivering Functional Skills qualifications in English and Maths – a key element of the apprenticeship programmes.
Water industry personnel and trainers looking to take their careers in a new direction should submit their CV and contact details to email@example.com. For more information about Watertrain log on to their new website at www.watertrain.co.uk and view the opportunities on their vacancies page.