From Graduate to Director on the NATS Early Careers Scheme3 October 2022
Emily Price, Director of Analytics, talks about her journey from graduate role to director and explains why NATS is the perfect place for graduates.
Volunteering during furlough…2 July 2020
As the number of flights across the UK has dropped dramatically, many NATS employees have been put on extended periods of furlough. During this time, many have been volunteering, serving and supporting their communities in a variety of ways…
Celebrating our apprentices14 February 2020
At the end of 2019 we launched our brand new Early Careers offering with exciting apprenticeship, undergraduate and graduate opportunities. For National Apprenticeship Week 2020, we spoke to a few of our current students about their course and route into NATS…
My NATS Early Careers experience: Project Management20 December 2019
I’ve had a longstanding interest in pursuing a career in the aviation industry and having spoken to employees and past placement students about how beneficial the Early Careers Scheme is and how stimulating it was to be a part of NATS, it was a no brainer for me to apply.
My NATS Early Careers experience: Engineering Technician apprentice16 December 2019
I applied to NATS because I knew I didn’t want to go to university as it wasn’t the best option for me. Instead, I applied to three different companies for engineering apprentice roles and after receiving offers from two out of the three, I ultimately decided that NATS’ Early Careers Scheme was the best option for me.
My NATS Early Careers experience: Supply Chain Graduate11 December 2019
Having worked at NATS for 13 months as an Industrial Placement student, I was incredibly happy to be offered a graduate role in the Supply Chain department this year. In fact I was so keen to come back to NATS as a graduate that I think I said yes before my manager had even finished asking me!
My NATS Early Careers experience: Research Analyst6 December 2019
Studying Mathematics can often be highly theory based and sometimes lacking real life context so when searching for a placement, I was looking for a role that used the skills I had gained throughout my education within an interesting context. Although I had little knowledge of air traffic control, it sounded like a unique place to work and fit what I was looking for perfectly.
Engineering the future: Working at Britain’s biggest and busiest international airport17 October 2019
Zoe, who is currently training with NATS as an Engineering Technician, tells us a bit more about her role at Britain’s biggest and busiest international airport…
How we prepared the Techno Zone at RIAT9 August 2019
Last weekend saw the Royal International Air Tattoo (RIAT) at Fairford deliver another spectacular air show. Find out how we managed our stand in the Techno Zone this year.
Being a female engineer21 June 2019
Katie Yorke, an Engineering Technician at NATS, shares her story for International Women in Engineering Day 2019.