Engineering Apprenticeships with
Subsidence Ltd

Meet Our New Apprentice – Mason!

We are delighted to welcome Mason to the business as our first young apprentice.

At Subsidence Ltd, we are committed to investing in the next generation of people in our industry, and we are placing Mason into one of our most experienced teams to give him the training and competence that he needs to become a future engineer!

Welcome to Mason, we are delighted that you have joined the team and we can’t wait to watch you and support you on your journey!

Why Are Engineering Apprenticeships Important?

Apprenticeships are a great route into an engineering career for several reasons, and they offer various benefits to individuals, businesses, and society as a whole:

Skills development: Apprenticeships provide a structured and hands-on learning experience that allows individuals to acquire practical, job-specific skills. This practical training is often more effective than traditional classroom education for certain professions, as it allows apprentices to learn by doing.

Workforce development: Apprenticeships help meet the demands of the labour market by producing skilled and qualified workers in various industries. They help bridge the gap between the skills employers need and the skills job seekers possess, ultimately reducing skill shortages and unemployment.

Career advancement: Apprenticeships offer a pathway for individuals to enter and advance in their chosen careers. As apprentices gain experience and skills, they become more valuable to employers and can often command higher wages and better job opportunities.

Income potential: Apprentices often earn a wage while they learn, which can help them support themselves financially while gaining valuable skills. As they progress in their apprenticeships and careers, their earning potential typically increases.

Reduced student debt: Unlike traditional college or university education, apprenticeships do not typically require the accumulation of student loans or significant educational debt. This makes apprenticeships an attractive option for those who want to avoid the financial burden of higher education.

Industry-specific knowledge: Apprenticeships are tailored to specific industries and occupations, ensuring that individuals receive training and education directly relevant to their chosen field. This focused approach can lead to quicker career entry and specialisation.

Employer benefits: Businesses that participate in apprenticeship programs can benefit from a skilled and loyal workforce. They can shape apprentices to meet their specific needs and culture, resulting in employees who are more likely to stay with the company for the long term.

Innovation and adaptation: Apprenticeships can promote innovation and help industries adapt to technological advancements and changing market conditions. Apprentices learn the latest industry practices and are more likely to adopt new technologies and techniques.

Economic growth: By producing a skilled workforce and reducing unemployment, apprenticeships contribute to economic growth. Skilled workers are essential for the productivity and competitiveness of a nation’s industries.

Social inclusion: Apprenticeships can offer opportunities to individuals who may not have pursued traditional higher education, helping to reduce social and economic inequalities. They provide an inclusive and accessible route to gainful employment and career development.

Apprenticeships play a vital role in education, workforce development, and economic prosperity. They offer a valuable alternative to traditional educational pathways and contribute to the well-being of individuals and the broader community.

Careers in Engineering

If you’re interested in a career in engineering get in touch. We’d love to speak with you about exciting opportunities with Subsidence. Email us at or check out our current engineering vacancies.

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