Hurry up… Your future’s calling with our BT apprenticeship schemes

Posted: 3rd of March 2014 by Naomi Bourne

Do you want to make a real difference to people’s lives?  To help shape the way people live and communicate with each other, both now and in the future?  To learn new skills on the job, gain professional qualifications and build yourself the perfect career?  Then make sure you check out the apprenticeship opportunities at BT; we can help you do just that.

We have a range of apprenticeships from software engineering to customer service; finance roles to customer engineers.  So you could be making sure our finances stack up, designing the latest BT applications, or working directly with customers to make sure the services they rely on are working as and when they need it. 

We have roles available for both school and college leavers across the country.  All of them will provide you with the kind of challenge you’re looking for.  There’s something for everyone.

But what do our apprentices have to say about the programme?  Lewis Whyman, who joined us in 2010 on one of our higher apprenticeships, says “I love my job. I work in a great team, alongside 3 of the most skilled people in the organisation. They are great mentors, teachers, and over the years are close friends. The job is perfect for me – it’s varied, and at times very challenging. It’s the perfect environment for me to learn, and I have really thrived upon all the challenges I’ve faced – it has improved how I deal with pressured situations which helps me outside of work as well”.

The entry criteria varies depending on the role but as a minimum  you’ll need English Language and Maths at GCSE grade D or above plus at least 2 or sometimes 3 other GCSE subjects at the same grades.  For some vacancies you will also need 2 A levels at grade C or above.

Whichever programme you choose, you’re guaranteed to get the support in your job to grow, develop and make the best of your career.  Visit www.bt4me.co.uk to find out more now!

 

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