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22nd May 2018

As an apprentice you will earn a salary, work alongside and learn on the job from experienced BT colleagues to gain job-specific skills. In addition, you will work towards a nationally recognised professional qualification.

In a nutshell, the main benefit of an apprenticeship is that you earn as you learn.

At BT our apprentice schemes means a permanent job with us.

Anyone over 16, living in the UK and not in full-time education can apply for an apprenticeship.

WHAT ARE DIFFERENT TYPES OF APPRENTICESHIP?

ADVANCED

You'll work towards a Level 2 or 3 NVQ through work-based learning whilst also achieving functional skills, which are supported by a knowledge based qualification such as a BTEC.

HIGHER

You'll work towards Level 4 through work-based learning which is consolidated by the achievement of a foundation degree.

FULL DEGREE

You'll work towards our work-based learning degree qualification.

Who funds the apprenticeship?

You will not pay anything towards your apprenticeship. BT will pay for the training as well as paying you a competitive salary.

How long does it take?

The length of the apprenticeships BT offers depends on the level of qualification you are working towards. Typically our apprenticeships are between eighteen months and four years.

Where does it take place?

BT apprenticeships offer a structured programme that takes you through the skills needed to complete your apprenticeship. Along the way you are supported by our dedicated apprentice development team. As most of the time is spent in the workplace, the majority of training takes place on the job. However, a few of our apprenticeships do have additional training taking place at a local college or a specialist training organisation.

How is learning achieved through the apprenticeship?

BT apprenticeships offer a structured programme that takes you through the skills needed to complete your apprenticeship. Along the way you are supported by our dedicated apprentice development team. As most of the time is spent in the workplace, the majority of training takes place on the job. However, a few of our apprenticeships do have additional training taking place at a local college or a specialist training organisation. The outcome of this blended learning method will be a vocational qualification which will help you succeed in your job and progress in your future career.

What are the advantages of a BT apprenticeship?

The main advantages from doing an apprenticeship with BT, is a secure job from day one, which includes all the benefits of being a permanent BT employee. A competitive salary, working towards a professional qualification and being supported by an apprentice network.

Engineering Apprenticeships - https://www.btplc.com/Careercentre/earlycareers/apprentices/ourprogrammes/engineeringservices/index.htm

 

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