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Water


New apprenticeship in water environment management


skillsets to embark on a reward- ing career in water environment management. The Level 3 Water Environ- Apprenticeship


A ment Worker


Standard aims to provide appren- tices with the skills and training to excel in the maintenance, re- pair, and management of a vari- ety of water environment assets and habitats.


Supported by the Association of


Drainage Authorities, it provides internal drainage boards (IDBs), the Environment Agency, local au- thorities and others with an op- portunity to attract and develop people from all backgrounds into the sector.


The apprenticeship scheme


new apprenticeship gives school-leavers the op- portunity to develop the


will take 18 months to complete. ADA technical manager Ian Moodie said: “This can represent the first steps into a rewarding ca- reer for the next generation of wa- ter management professionals.” The new apprenticeship has been approved by the Institute for Apprenticeships and Techni- cal Education. Sponsored by the government, it helps develop to ap- prenticeships and technical quali- fications to provide skills required across England’s workforce. The water apprenticeship was developed in conjunction with a number of employees, including the Environment Agency, Cam- bridgeshire County Council, Somerset Drainage Boards Con- sortium, National Trust, Inland Waterways Association and the Canal & River Trust.


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• Land Drainage • Pumps - Diesel or Electric • Ditching • Underground mains laid using our trencher, tracked excavators or wheeled diggers


• Drain Jetting • Design of complete irrigation systems • Mini digger for fast response to burst mains


Wishing Jake all


the best for the future


• Land drainage • Pumps - diesel or electric


07876 298534 and 07787 552384 www.millingtonwater.co.uk Based at Catfield, near Stalham


• Ditching • Underground mains laid using our trencher, tracked excavators or wheeled diggers


• New drain jetter • Design of complete irrigation systems • Thrust boring with our own certified staff • Reservoirs • Briggs Irrigation agents


• Boreholes • Mini digger for fast response to burst mains • Irrigator & pump repairs – any make • Aluminium pipes and fittings


Over


40 YEARS experience


Contact Richard 07787 552384 www.millingtonwater.co.uk Based at Catfield, near Stalham


• Thrust boring with our own certified staff • Reservoirs • Briggs Irrigation agents • Boreholes


Call us today for your


• Irrigator & pump repairs - any make • Aluminium pipes and fittings Contact Philip or Richard on


drainage & irrigation needs


Over


40YEARS experience


Precision farming requires precision drainage (with RTK GPS mapping and machine control)


Cost effective land drainage Most modern equipment Excavations & precision levelling


High Street, Ilketshall St Margaret, Bungay, Suffolk NR35 1NA


Contact Chris or Colin 01986 781404


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ALLAN COLLYER land drainage contractors


& SONS LTD


Apprentices will typically go on to hold responsible roles within the sector


The standard covers a range of topic areas related to the wa- ter environment, including man- aging assets, responding to major incidents, flood risk and drainage, working with volunteers, water level management, and main- taining and working with herit- age assets.


Employees who complete the apprenticeship typically go on to be responsible for maintaining wa- ter levels to mitigate against the effect of flooding. They will also


be responsible for protecting wa- ter quality and monitor its impact on wildlife habitats.


Flooding can come from mul-


tiple sources, including from riv- ers, the coast, surface water and groundwater. Organisations work- ing in this area are often involved in the preparation, response and recovery following flooding from all sources. For more details, email paul. cross@environment-agency.gov. uk.


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