Ferrovial Agroman and ICE Training have developed a blended training programme that combines eLearning and face-to-face training. The three year scheme will ICE Training instruct around 40 graduates every year.
The programme also supports Ferrovial Agroman's ICE graduates on their journey through to professional qualification as an Incorporated (IEng) or Chartered (CEng) Engineer.
By working closely with Ferrovial Agroman to understand their needs and requirements, ICE Training was able to offer a flexible delivery solution to meet the skills gap.
Malcolm Pinto, Ferrovial Agroman Senior Energy Engineer, said:
"This joint training programme will ensure our graduates receive all the support and training required to become professionally qualified civil engineers. By guaranteeing the best training on the market we are enabling them to become world-class engineers."
4 graduate engineers to document their path to qualification
ICE Training will follow four of the graduate engineers on the scheme, documenting their professional journeys through personal video diaries and blog posts.
Clara Casino, graduate civil engineer
- Graduated 2016
- Currently a package manager on the Crossrail Farringdon Station project for the BAM Ferrovial Kier joint venture (BFK)
Claudia Quitian, graduate environmental engineer
- An agricultural engineering graduate with masters in environmental monitoring and modelling
- Currently an environmental advisor on the Northern Line Extension project for the Ferrovial Agroman Laing O’Rourke joint venture (FLO)
Graeme Dobbin, graduate civil engineer
- Graduated with first class honours in civil engineering
- Currently a section engineer on the Q6 Framework at Heathrow Airport for Ferrovial Agroman
Nour Kasem, graduate design engineer
- Graduated with first class honours in architectural engineering
- Currently a graduate engineer on the Northern Line Extension project for the Ferrovial Agroman Laing O’Rourke joint venture