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)”
"Sami has settled in well to Trinity life. He is very keen and always asking questions. With a little guidance and help from the team, Sami will go far and become a good engineer." Tony Howard, Head of Works, London.
Sami also added - "I'm finding Trinity very good at the moment, the engineers are very skilled and helpful, I enjoy being out and about and enjoy the work I'm doing."
"It’s clear Aidan is a very confident and outgoing person. He has been keen to learn, not just about engineering but all aspects of the business. He is proving himself to be a valuable asset to the company and has a great future ahead of him." - Paul Hargreaves, Project Manager, North
Aidan also added - "I am really enjoying Trinity and the variety of different work and systems is unbelievable. My day-to-day work is varied, and I am learning a lot working with some great engineers. Trinity is a great company to work for with lots of opportunity to develop.”
“Anthony is confident in his ability and having been through a similar programme in a different industry he is able to share his experience with others. Anthony has settled into the team extremely well and I have no doubt he has a bright future ahead. It’s great to have the Apprentice Scheme at Trinity and a real positive for the business and industry moving forward.” - David Smith, Head of Works, Midlands & North
Anthony also added - "I’m really happy to have joined Trinity. The local office and Engineering Team are extremely kind, helpful, and friendly, and all take time to provide me the support I need”
“Jake has hit the ground running; I have been extremely impressed with his attitude and have had nothing but positive feedback from all of the engineers he has worked with since joining the team. Jake has recently passed and completed his IPAF training. I have no doubt that in the future Jake will be a key member of the team!.” - Tony Howard, Head of Works, London
Jake also added - "So far since joining Trinity I have felt like I have learnt a lot in a short amount of time and feel as though I have adapted well to the challenges faced. I am really enjoying the different aspects of the role and the opportunities I am being given to learn new skills.”
“Within the short time he has been here ,Kamil has proved himself to be a valued member of the team and has received praise from all within Trinity who have met and worked beside him. We feel privileged to have Kamil with us and we look forward to supporting him as he grows his knowledge base and develops his career path within the industry.” Jon Foster, London Field Line Manager
“Kamil joined us completely fresh to the industry but joined with a positive attitude to both work and learning, he has quickly picked up lots of new skills whilst assisting us and at college. He is always a joy to work with and it has been a pleasure to be able to help guide Kamil down the first steps of the path that I myself followed in Trinity from apprentice to engineer.” Patrick Corbin Site Engineer - Kingston