Kier are looking to recruit a Digital Construction Apprentice. You will play a big part in changing the future of construction. BIM is a gamechanger across the globe. You will create virtual models of a construction project, handling digital information.
Kier Group plc. is a leading construction, property, residential and services group which invests in, builds, maintains and renews the places where we work, live and play. We operate globally across a range of sectors including defence, education, health, housing, industrials, power, transport and utilities. Listed on the London Stock Exchange, we are a constituent of the FTSE 250 Index. With a network of 88 UK offices Kier offers national coverage across all of its core activities. Employing 22,000 people, Kier has the financial strength and technical expertise to undertake some of the most significant construction, civil engineering and service contracts in the country. Kier is an equality and diversity employer.
Possible Start Date: 26/03/2018
Programme Duration: 2 years
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This is a new and exciting role where you will turn plans into virtual reality, creating drawings using 2D and 3D software for both pre construction and operations to demonstrate to customers Kier’s technical/engineering ability as well as allowing the business to deliver projects more efficiently and profitably.
The role will involve a wide variety of experience working within an office based team.
Key Responsibilities, which you will learn as part of the apprenticeship:
Communication, Implementation & Technical
Administration & Commercial
What is Building information modelling (BIM)?
Building information modelling (BIM) is a process for creating and managing information on a construction project across the project lifecycle. One of the key outputs of this process is the Building Information Model, the digital description of every aspect of the built asset. This model draws on information assembled collaboratively and updated at key stages of a project. Creating a digital Building Information Model enables those who interact with the building to optimise their actions, resulting in a greater whole life value for the asset. BIM gets people and information working together effectively and efficiently through defined processes and technology.
What is the future of BIM?
The future of the construction industry is digital, and BIM is the future of design and long term facility management; it is government led and driven by technology and clear processes; and it is implementing change across all industries. As hardware, software and cloud applications herald greater capability to handle increasing amounts of raw data and information, use of BIM will become even more pronounced than it is in current projects.
In addition to the apprenticeship training you will receive hands on experience including mentoring and coaching from experienced members of the team. Following the apprenticeship programme we would expect you to have developed an understanding of the following: ·
GCSE’s/Standard Grades grade C or above including core subjects (English, maths & science)
On completion the candidate will be trained and have enough experience sufficiently to become an Assistant BIM Coordinator.
Digital Engineering Technician Standard The apprentice will receive 2-3 week intense “work ready” BIM training. NVQ on site Assessment every 8 weeks, and BTEC (Block on site delivery) for 2 weeks bimonthly.
This role will involve travelling to different locations, as such a driving licence would be beneficial. All travel costs will be covered by Kier. Training – The training will be deliver as block training, you will spend 2 weeks bimonthly at the training facility to undertake your academic training. If you have a large distance to travel to the training sessions accommodation will be provided. Future Prospects On completion the candidate will be trained and have enough experience sufficiently to become an Assistant BIM Coordinator. Reality Check - This apprenticeship will involve personal study outside work. A career in construction may involve being based on projects in various locations. This role may involve some travelling, specifically in order to attend the training facility to undertake your academic training, as such a driving licence would be beneficial.
With Learning Skills Partnership (LSP) you can be reassured that they are not just any ordinary Training Company. They bring a wealth of experience and knowledge to their Apprenticeship programmes, focusing on key business sectors; including the Automotive Retail and Construction industries.
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