Inspiring the next generation sits at the heart of the Hitachi philosophy and we invest in emerging talent to ensure we continue to support those interested in starting their career in rail.
For more information on specific programmes and joining requirements, please visit our careers site where all opportunities will be listed.
Jay Jordan and Ethan Wheeler joined our Ashford Train Maintenance Centre as apprentices, working on the UK’s iconic high speed Javelin trains for HS1 – a project which introduced the first high speed line in the UK, bringing Japanese technology to the UK network.
Hear them both talk through the benefits of the Hitachi Rail apprentice programme which combines study and workplace training on pioneering trains at our depot!
Over a three year period, Jay and Ethan have excelled through our programme and are now Year 3 apprentices who, over the next couple of months, will both transition to become Maintenance Technicians.
As we continue to grow and win new innovative projects we have a number of opportunities to join our UK team to develop your career through our apprentice scheme.