Energise Energy Solutions announces Dual Fuel Smart Metering Apprenticeship scheme

Working alongside Advance Doncaster Energise Energy Solutions are able to introduce the scheme for people based in and around Doncaster.

Doncaster based Energise Energy Solutions are proud to announce that by working alongside Advance Doncaster they are able to introduce their first Dual Fuel Smart Metering Apprenticeship scheme for people based in and around Doncaster.

You will learn whilst you work with the support of Advance Doncaster and will attend Wakefield college to earn your ACS Gas (CMA1 & MET1) qualifications as well as achieving a MOCoPA/REC sign off. The end result will be being added to the EUSR register as an ‘approved’ Smart meter installer. The spilt between learning in the classroom and learning on the job would be on a ‘week in, week out’ basis, with more focus in the classroom around exam time.

The planned start date for the scheme would be w/c 28 August, with exams taking place in November 2023 and January 2024. Applicants do not need any prior experience or qualifications before being accepted onto the scheme. Starting salary is £15,000 per annum but successful candidates can expect to be earning £34,000 p/a after 12 months on the job providing all exams are passed and targets met.

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