Engineer Surveyors provide a vital role in enabling the safe operation of plant equipment and installations  which protect employees and the public who use them. The Engineer Surveyor Apprenticeship will set you up with the skills and qualifications to support our clients safety and move into a highly flexible and autonomous role as an Engineer Surveyor upon completion.

This two year apprenticeship will be split between working on the job and studying. 

At the end of the apprenticeship, you will gain professional status (MSOE & Eng Tech) and have completed a Higher (level 4) apprenticeship enabling you to progress into the role of an Engineer Surveyor. 

In the longer term you will have the foundation to work towards a role leading teams, management and more if this is where you would like to go.

What we look for:

  • Minimum 3 years relevant engineering experience
  • Qualification in an engineering related subject (i.e. ONC, OND, Tech. Cert at least T3 level, NVQ level 3, or equivalent
  • Full UK driving licence
  • Valid work permit for permanent work in the UK
engineer surveyor apprenticeships 2021
Our 2021 Engineer Surveyor Apprentices

What we give you

Here at Allianz, we’re keen to show you what our apprenticeship will bring to the table. We want to help you because our apprentices are the future of Engineer Surveyors at Allianz.


Application process and tips

We're sure you have questions about the process and thought you might want some tips for your application too.




Life at Allianz

We're a global company, but from the very first day you join our team, you will know that your contributions are valued. We offer world class learning and career development opportunities, while we celebrate an inclusive culture.

As with all learning there may be times where additional academic work will required to be completed away from the college. Appropriate time will be given to assist with completion of this as well as additional support and coaching.
All apprentices that successfully complete the 2 Year programme will move to a full time permanent employment contract. There is no contractual obligation to work for Allianz at the end of the apprenticeship; however, we would love you to continue being a valued member of the team.
Unfortunately, no. A minimum of 3 years hands on engineering experience is essential for all applicants as per the entry requirements detailed in the Engineer Surveyor Apprenticeship Standard.
Throughout the apprenticeship, you will receive group and individual support, close supervision and coaching to ensure that you are progressing in line with expectations. This will ensure that you are ready to undertake the end-point assessment (EPA). We are committed to you succeeding on the apprenticeship scheme and will work with you throughout the programme. 
Following your initial application there will be a telephone interview, if successful, you will be invited to complete online mechanical, maths and English aptitude tests. You will then undergo a competency based operational interview, carried out by one of our Operations Managers, and a technical knowledge interview, carried out by one of our Specialist Engineers.
The intake date will be 12th September 2022. The apprenticeship is a 2 Year programme and you will learn and progress with your cohort.
No, as long as the minimum application requirements are met, there are no age restrictions on who can apply.
There will be a requirement to attend training periods at Fareham College, depending on where you are based will determine whether you will be expected to stay away or commute daily. Typically, there are 15 weeks of college over the two-year course. In your initial 14/16 week training there will be a period of field based training where there will be a requirement to stay away from home for the majority of this period. All accommodation, subsistence and travel will be paid/reimbursed by Allianz.
There will be incremental salary increases throughout the programme and a significant salary increase on successful completion of the apprenticeship. 
A requirement of the apprenticeship is that a minimum of 20% of your time is off the job learning. This will be delivered through time at the college and in house at Allianz.
Your academic and engineering learning will be delivered by Fareham College. Your field based and operational training will be delivered in house at Allianz and via carefully selected training partners.
You will be entitled to 27 days annual holiday, plus your birthday as a holiday and 8 bank holidays.
Yes, all apprentices will be entitled to the standard benchmark company car for Engineer Surveyors. This is fully insured and fleet managed by Allianz and can be used for personal mileage.
Allianz has a well-established employee support network, which you will have full access to. In addition to this, you will have monthly review meetings to ensure you are progressing as expected. All apprentices will also be assigned a mentor.
You will be entitled to all benefits as per current Engineer Surveyors, including a company car, Engineer Surveyor allowance, group personal pension, Life Assurance (4x), Bupa, share save scheme, Spree Flex, training, CSR (volunteer hours).
The Allianz apprenticeship is a SAFed approved structured training programme, which gives you a chance to work (literally) towards a qualification. It will help you gain the skills and knowledge you need to succeed in your chosen role as an Engineer Surveyor. You will also benefit from working for a market leading high performing organisation.

Apprentices must complete an assessment at the end of their apprenticeship to show what they have learned and that they can perform all parts of their job. The assessment is called an ‘end-point assessment’.

Assessment will be undertaken by an independent End Point Assessment Organisation. The assessment will consist of a combination of the following and will take place at the end of the programme:

  • Site observation carried out at 'active' clients premises
  • Written and oral questioning
  • Multiple choice questions
  • Professional discussions
All employees will attend an Allianz welcome day and have a full induction into Allianz.
The college training will take place at Fareham College, Bishopsfield Road, Fareham, Hampshire, PO14 1NH:  https://www.fareham.ac.uk/
The academic learning delivered at Fareham College will be delivered over 15 weeks, split across the 2 years. The delivery blocks are typically 1 – 2 weeks at a time. There will also be a couple of additional weeks that are delivered remotely, distance learning, using your company laptop to access the material and lectures.
A level 4 apprenticeship is equivalent to a foundation degree, a Higher National Certificate (HNC), or the first year of an undergraduate degree. Higher apprenticeships start at level 4. Following the completion of your apprenticeship, we encourage all employees to undertake Continued Professional Development (CPD) and structure this in their own Personal Development Plans (PDP). Some of you may decide that further study is right for you this can be discussed with your line manager at a development review.