JPMorgan Chase & Co. is a global financial services company with a great name, a great reputation, and a great record of success—but you already know that. What you might not know is the wide range of opportunities we offer. From Early Insight (pre-internship) and global internship programs to full-time careers, JPMorgan Chase provides learning and career progression, as well as the chance to make a real difference in our global communities, markets and industries.
Narpreet recently joined Microsoft having just completed her GCSEs. Instead of continuing to A levels or college, she researched and opted for an apprenticeship route so she could get a head-start on the career ladder and earn while she learned!! 🙂 She has now been at Microsoft for five months within the UK Finance team, primarily working with the Services segment and has been really enjoying the start of her career.
Microsoft’s Apprenticeship programme was launched nationally in 2010 to give promising, motivated young people a vital first step in their ICT careers. To date, it has placed over 7,000 Apprentices many of them going on to secure responsible, productive roles in their chosen businesses. Find out how both businesses and candidates can benefit; whether through paid work-placements with Microsoft Partners and Customers, or access to high-calibre, subsidised talent. And all this backed by a range of recognised training courses, designed for and developed by our partners, complete with full Microsoft certification in some of the most in-demand disciplines.
Apprenticeships have changed. IBM has changed. It’s not all about bits & bytes, cloud and cognitive. Did you know you can now achieve a management accountant CIMA qualification as an IBM Apprentice? Or become an HR Consultant? Or even become a graduate with a degree qualification? All through the apprenticeship route.
Apprenticeships at IBM are all about picking up skills for the workplace and embarking on a long, and successful career. We have your professional development in mind from the day you join us as a permanent employee. You will get lots of exposure and an experience you simply can’t get anywhere else. In addition to the day job there are plenty of opportunities to get involved in social activities and volunteering with other Apprentices, Students and Graduates.
If you want to work in broadcasting or the media, then kick-starting your career with training at the BBC is a great way to Get In.
As well as apprenticeships (aimed at school leavers) and traineeships (aimed at graduates) we can also offer two weeks of work experience – which is right for you?
We’re looking for people who are passionate about a career in one of the most interesting, demanding and creative industries out there. We’re not focused on your qualifications – what we want to know is whether you have the drive, commitment and ideas necessary to make it in the media.
Are you wanting to kick start your career (get paid) and gain highly sought after skills, qualifications and work experience in a Russell Group University? Look no further, our apprenticeships at our Devon and Cornwall campuses will give you the skills, confidence and qualifications to join Higher Education’s next generation of professional teams.
Register for our Apprenticeships Live session to find out what working at the University of Exeter as an apprentice is like, and the sort of roles we have. The session will make a perfect start to your National Apprenticeship Week, #NAW2018.
Join Georgie Rand (Domestic Heating Apprentice – Campus Services), Honor Lovell (Administration Assistant Apprentice – Education & Student Experience), Jonathan Cresswell (Head of Apprenticeships) and Jacqui Marshall (Director of People Services) for a live Q&A session on our apprenticeships.
Earn while you learn! Apprenticeships:
- are an exciting option for anyone aged 16 years and over to consider
- are a high quality, prestigious, alternative to the traditional academic career paths
- offer fantastic employment and progression opportunities for up to Degree/Masters level
Visit our dedicated apprenticeship website to find out more: http://www.exeter.ac.uk/apprenticeships/
Our Apprentice schemes give you the opportunity to experience life in a fast-paced FTSE 100 company.
During your Apprenticeship, you’ll spend two to three years learning and developing your skills, both on-the-job and at college, while earning a competitive salary. You’ll learn to juggle real-world priorities in an ever-changing business, from reducing demand and promoting water efficiency to keeping our customers at the heart of every decision we make.
There are a variety of schemes to choose from and many different routes you can take within them. No matter which discipline you pick, you’ll be helping to create a more sustainable future for the water industry – and joining Severn Trent at an exciting time of transformation.
Our schemes will give you immediate exposure to unrivalled learning opportunities and technical challenges. Working with leading experts, you’ll be involved in a huge range of end-to-end projects and gain an in-depth understanding of the way our business works. Throughout your placements you’ll get all the support you need to develop your technical knowledge and skills, build an incredible professional network and seek out new experiences. That’s fluid thinking.
To help us create an outstanding customer experience, deliver environmental leadership and take on the technical challenges of the 21st century, we need Apprentices who can think differently and push boundaries. With global issues like climate change and population growth becoming increasingly complex, keeping our business running takes serious talent, ambition and a fresh perspective. If you want to shape the future of the water industry and give us the edge when we enter the competitive market in 2017, Severn Trent is the place for you.
Microsoft’s Apprenticeship programme was launched nationally in 2010 to give promising, motivated young people a vital first step in their ICT careers. To date, it has placed over 7,000 Apprentices many of them going on to secure responsible, productive roles in their chosen businesses.
Find out how both businesses and candidates can benefit; whether through paid work-placements with Microsoft Partners and Customers, or access to high-calibre, subsidised talent. And all this backed by a range of recognised training courses, designed for and developed by our partners, complete with full Microsoft certification in some of the most in-demand disciplines.
Kate McWilliams is an airline Captain. One of only 450 female airline captains in the world. Her interest in flying started at an early age, gaining her first hands on experience aged 13. Six years later, on her 19th Birthday, Kate left her hometown of Carlisle to attend pilot training school and gain her commercial pilots licence. Aged just 21 Kate started working for easyJet as a First Officer gaining valuable flying hours and airline experience.
In early 2016 aged just 26, Kate became the world’s youngest female commercial Captain. Her achievements received worldwide media coverage and Kate was awarded the Carlisle Living Inspiration Award 2016. Since then Kate has linked up with many schools and youth organisations to inspire other youngsters to achieve their own childhood dreams.
A university education isn’t for everyone – some people simply want to get out there and start earning straight away. Our School Leaver Programme lets you do just that. You’ll be supported throughout your training as you earn while you learn.
With BDO you can pick up highly-regarded professional qualifications, while enjoying a permanent salaried career – all without the expense of funding higher education yourself. At the same time, you’ll be gaining invaluable experience in a commercial environment, working on real business projects alongside leading industry professionals.
Our School Leaver Programme combines work experience with getting your professional qualifications. For the first two years you’ll study towards the Certificate in Finance, Accounting and Business (CFAB) qualification.
If successful in these, you’ll work towards gaining an appropriate professional qualification for your chosen specialism. This will usually be the ACA, but may be the CA (in Scotland) or the ATT or CTA if you intend to specialise in tax.
If you pass all of your exams, then within four years you’ll be a qualified accountant. Scottish and BS&A candidates will remain on five-year programmes.
From day one you can count on an extensive network of support, including mentors, partners and your individual counselling manager. The counselling manager will monitor your progress, act as an information source and make sure you’ve been set appropriate work and clear objectives. They’ll help you settle in, find the best ways to meet the challenges you face and realise your full potential. You’ll also be assigned a buddy (a more experienced colleague) and a student qualification manager, to support you through your professional exams.
We pay for every aspect of your professional training. This is conducted by external tutor firms, except for the CTA training part, which we offer in-house. We’ll make sure you have all the study time you need, along with support and extra tuition if you want it. Our excellent results speak for themselves – often up to 10% above the national average.
Training includes not only the specialist knowledge and practical tools you’ll need for your business area, but also a range of personal, management, client service and client-winning skills. Together, they’ll help you to become a fully rounded BDO adviser.
Deciding on a particular business area and qualification may seem daunting at this stage. To make it easier, we’ll give you as much information as possible about the options available, so you can see how well they fit in with your strengths and interests. Most of our school leavers trust their instincts to which particular area ‘feels right’ for them.
Please take the time to read about each area to help you make the right choice. You can also watch videos of recent BDO trainees talking about their journey so far.
To be considered for our school leaver programme, you need to have at least:
- 3 A levels at grades A*-C, excluding General Studies and Extended Projects
- A*-C at GCSE in Maths & English Language
We run a four year engineering apprenticeship programme which offers you the chance to earn while you train and get a nationally recognised qualification at the end of the course. If you’re the type of person who can: Attend college regularly, work hard and ensure you assessments are completed to the highest standards. Work as part of a team. Take personal responsibility for working safely and follow the company’s health and safety policies at all time. Be flexible and helpful. Maintain high professional standards at all time. Here’s our criteria for applying to be an apprentice. You’ll need to: Have a minimum of four GCSEs at grade C or above in English, maths, science and a technical subject. Be interested in mechanical, electrical or electronic engineering. Have full colour vision. Be aged between 16 and 57. Embrace the desire to learn in a challenging, fast moving airport environment. Show good communication skills and the ability to work as part of a team.