We are delighted to announce that Network Rail are now recruiting a massive 300 apprentices per year to start an exciting career with them on their Advanced Engineering Apprenticeship. They will have two intakes per year, the first starting their journey in March 2017 and the second cohort joining them in September 2017.
Entry Requirements –
To be eligible to apply all candidates must be aged 18 by the 1st April to join us in March 2017 and by the 1st October for the September 2017 intake. You must have achieved a minimum of 4 GCSE’s (or equivalent) at Grade A*- C in English, Maths, Science or Engineering and 1 other subject.
Full details of the scheme and how to apply can be found at: http://www.networkrail.co.uk/careers/schemes/students-and-graduates/advanced-apprenticeship-scheme/apply/
You can also post on their Facebook page if you have any queries at: https://www.facebook.com/networkrailadvancedapprenticeship
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Thales Apprenticeship Scheme
Cycle starts: January 2018
Roles will be loaded up on to ukearlycareers.thalesgroup.com
Just under 100 roles across the UK, with around 30 roles in Crawley alone
- Level 3 Qualification (Advance Apprenticeship) -> 5 gcse’s min = BTEC
- MFG and PUR
- Level 4 Qualification (Higher Apprenticeship) -> Appropriate A levels = HNC (Higher National Certificate) / Foundation degree
- HR, PUR (CIPS) and FIN (CIMA)
- Level 6 Qualification (Higher Apprenticeship) -> Appropriate A levels = HND (Higher National Diploma) / Degree
- Digital Technology Solutions – SW
- Embedded Electrical – HW
- Crawley = day release either through an online provider (distance learning) or East Surrey College (Reigate) – 1 day learning / 4 days working
Register and complete online application.
Answer 5 questions:
- Why do you want to work for Thales?
- What relevant skills, knowledge and experience do you have for the role applied for?
- How do you think Thales will develop you?
Looking for comprehensive, well researched responses. Evidence of strong motivations, spelling and grammar. Please note: if you have a disability e.g. autism, please highlight this.
Think about preparing a CV:
- Topics studied / studying
- Courses attended
- Work experience
- Extra-curricular activities
- STEM clubs
- Scout leader etc
Assessment Centre: Feb – May
- One to one interview with hiring manager
- Written case study
- Group Exercise
Apprenticeship will commence 1st week of September in line with the new school year.
You will need to achieve your UKAS points as the college will check and inform Thales
Benefits of apprenticeship schemes:
- If you are not sure the university life is for you
- Don’t like theory based learning, prefer practical hands on learning
- Real life job and work experience
- Recognised Qualifications
- Financial benefit: e.g. level 4: £14.5k / year. No £9k university tuition fee. Stay at home and save deposit for first home or travelling (life experience)
Nationwide roles open for applications..
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As an apprentice at BT, you can do amazing things. You’ll be part of a global innovations company, using the power of communications to make a better world and create new possibilities for our customers. You’ll be a hugely important part of our business bringing fresh ideas to all sorts of exciting work. We offer a wide range of different apprenticeships, giving you the chance to specialise in an area that excites you – from Information Technology to Cyber Security, from Engineering to Vehicle Technicians and Supply Chain, from Finance to HR and Business Management, and from Customer Service to Billing and Sales. Best of all, we’ve got apprenticeships all over the UK, offering you the chance to find the perfect opportunity right on your doorstep.
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LG is a warehousing and logistics company that has branches across West Sussex, and has just opened one in East Grinstead – where they have around 40 job opportunities. Whilst warehousing is often seen as a job that would appeal more to men, the company also handle orders for the likes of Jimmy Choo and other high fashion brands, and so they are finding that more and more girls/women are interested in working for them.
They are offering apprenticeships, link below, and would like to invite applications from students.
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Brighton and Hove Albion - Albion In The Community
Albion in the Community (AITC) deliver Apprenticeships with local employers, together with Business Administration programmes for AITC and Brighton & Hove Albion FC Apprentices. I attached a leaflet, giving an overview.
BHAFC currently have the following Apprenticeship vacancies for their Supporter Services team:
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Don’t forget our other workshops, either, which still have places available!
We hope that these last busy few weeks of the year will be productive and engaging ones for your students as you offer them these workshop opportunities as something a little bit different for the end of term.
Thank you for your support
Schools Relationship Manager at Class Careerswww.classcareers.co.uk
300 Silbury Boulevard, Milton Keynes