We help people and wildlife adapt to climate change, work to reduce the impacts of flooding and drought. Your work within Hertfordshire and North London area will involve working to enhance unique habitats such as chalk streams as well as help regenerate neglected urban environments. We improve the quality of our water, land and air by addressing pollution and work with businesses to help them comply with environmental regulations.Apprenticeship detailsThere are two modes of delivery for the environmental practitioner study, block release which would involve a longer period of study (up to 3 weeks) with a requirement for stay away from home, if the location is not within travelling proximity, or day release with a day spent in the academic environment each week.University providers Type of learningUniversity of Bolton Block release Kingston University London Day releaseUniversity of Brighton Day release University of the West of England Bristol Day release Coventry University Block release If you have a passion for the environment, this Environment Practitioner Degree Apprenticeship will develop your skills and capabilities as well as equip you with experience and opportunities to make a real difference. *You need to meet the apprenticeship eligibility criteria, detailed in the applicant Candidate Pack.*You will be someone with a genuine interest in science and the environment and be passionate about creating a better place for people and wildlife. You will be flexible in your approach and have determination to make positive change happen.We want applicants who;- are responsible and organised- can manage the competing demands of work responsibilities and university study- communicate well- work well in teams- achieve resultsQualifications- 5 GCSE's A*- C (or equivalent) including Maths and EnglishHave achieved (or expected to achieve) 96 UCAS points from a minimum of two A Levels or equivalent Level 3 qualifications. Alternatively, BTEC Extended Diploma with grades MMM or BTEC Diploma with grades DD.