Black & White Engineering has announced a milestone in its graduate training programme
The two-year initiative is designed to attract and develop new talent in engineering design. With a focus on hands-on experience, the programme offers graduates a structured career path at the company.
As part of the programme, graduates are integrated into teams where they focus on developing discipline-specific knowledge and skills.
The programme’s structure also includes a secondment to different teams, enabling graduates to broaden their experience and learn about new disciplines.
Catherine Allen, global learning and development partner at B&W, said: “The programme is pivotal in nurturing the skills, knowledge, and experience necessary in engineering design and decision-making.
“The initiative demonstrates B&W’s commitment to fostering the next generation of design engineering talents and cultivating a workforce that enjoys long and fulfilling careers at B&W, contributing significantly to our fields of expertise.”
Steven Horn, UK and Europe director at B&W, added: “Our graduate pathway programme highlights B&W’s foresight and commitment in shaping the future of the engineering design industry. In a field that’s rapidly evolving and facing significant recruitment challenges, the programme addresses these challenges and also plays a pivotal role in developing future design engineers.
“Through this programme, B&W is strategically investing in the people who will lead and drive our sector forward. It demonstrates our serious commitment to nurturing and harnessing the potential of new talents, ensuring that B&W remains at the forefront of engineering design.
“By equipping graduates with the real-world skills and experience they need, we are effectively building the foundation of an industry that remains robust, dynamic, and forward-thinking.”
The graduate programme is open for applications year-round, and graduates can be based in any of B&W’s global locations.