Apprenticeship Scheme

Trinity Apprenticeship Scheme is designed to provide a structured  and interesting career path within the Fire & Security industry.

Working in partnerships with Yeovil College, and strategic supply chain partners like Gent, we want you to enjoy a unique combination of 'on the job training' providing valuable site based knowledge, with additional learning undertaken at Yeovil College.

In recent years years, Trinity has taken on over 40 apprentices, a majority of whom continue to work for the company as qualified engineers. Their progression into fully trained engineers is a shining example, not only to the young Apprentices just beginning their course, but also as a reminder to the company that nurturing young people pays dividends for a happy, growing and consistent workforce.

Trinity’s ongoing commitment to the Apprenticeship programme is evident as we are already planning for an additional 10-15 young people to join for the 2023-24 programme. All apprentices who complete the Government Apprenticeship Scheme for Fire and Security Systems will ultimately achieve City and Guilds qualifications.

Yeovil College commented:

“We are proud to work with Trinity Fire and Security Systems, an employer who is willing to invest in their staff through the Apprenticeship programme and provide a fantastic experience for them. The Apprenticeship programme is an ideal way to lead into, or enhance a career as a Security Systems engineer. It is designed by employers, to deliver the technical skills and knowledge needed for the role. The Apprentices attend Yeovil College on block release where they attend theory and practical sessions. The units they cover include Intruder Alarm systems, Access Control Systems, Fire Detection and Alarm Systems and Integrated Electronic Security Systems as well as general principles in Health and Safety. Apprentices also have a very exciting opportunity to attend, and possibly participate, in the ‘Engineers of Tomorrow’ competition run by IFSEC (International Fire and Security Exhibition and Conference)”

Here's what existing apprentices think