CWA works in partnership with Anglian Water to offer a level two construction and level three engineering course at the Wisbech campus, providing the skills and knowledge to make students work-ready.
The courses provide practical skills, hands-on learning and real site experience whilst learning alongside experienced employees from Anglian Water and their partner companies. Students have the opportunity to try the career, while studying, and are guaranteed a job interview with Anglian Water and their partner companies once they have completed their studies.
Engineering - Level 3
The first is a full-time level 3 engineering (electrical and mechanical) qualification, specifically designed to lead into an apprenticeship with the Anglian Water @one Alliance and I.O.S (Intergrated Operational Solutions) further qualifications including HNC, degree and chartered engineer status. For a sample flowchart of the engineering pathway, see below.
As a part of the qualification, there will be significant work experience with Anglian Water.
The Anglian Water Alliances are collaborative organisations of consultants and contractors working together to deliver more than half of Anglian Water’s capital investment programme.
The Anglian Water @one Alliance, which is supporting the level 3 engineering course, has a programme of works valued at £1.2bn over the next 5 years, known as AMP6. We are responsible for the design and construction of water and water recycling (waste water) treatment centres that serve more than five million people in the East of England and maintain and improve the water mains and the sewerage network in the region. The partner companies forming the co-located collaboration are: Anglian Water, Balfour Beatty Utility Solutions, Barhale, Grontmij, MMB, MWH and Skanska and is based in Peterborough with multiple offices across the East of England and beyond.