Veolia Apprenticeship Scheme About to Open

A reminder that applications are about to open for a new apprenticeship partnership between Thames High School and local water management company Veolia.

Application forms will be available at the start of Term 4 for the scheme, which will see a successful student becoming a qualified water industry technician in about five years.

All their course fees and tools will be covered, and they’ll earn a wage.

Veolia boss Clliff Olsen says the apprentice will learn about Veolia from the ground up, and if they’re motivated, they will end up on the path to a management position within the company.

Forms will be available from the school office from 12th October, with a closing date of 30th October.

Applicants need a good academic record and minimum NCEA Level 2.