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Digital & Technology Solutions Level 6 – Software Developer

What you'll be doing

BT’s foundation is built on brilliant software, and as an apprentice you’ll gain hands-on experience of the full IT life cycle of design, develop, implement, test and support.

You’ll learn how to deliver the very best software products, helping teams provide an effortless experience for our customers and staff wherever they are in the world, using whatever device and technology they choose.

Because we believe in placing the customer at the heart of everything we do, the role also has a strong focus on human-centered design.

Training & Support

Throughout the course of your apprenticeship you’ll gain a wealth of invaluable experience. You’ll also be taught job specific skills such as how to create effective and secure software solutions using contemporary software development languages, development methodologies, how to undertake analysis and design to create artefacts and how to produce high quality code with sound syntax in at least one language.

You’ll also be taught how to perform code reviews, debugging and refactoring, code testing, how to deliver software solutions using industry standard build processes, version control, software build, and how to release and deploy code into enterprise environments.

Entry Requirements

To join our Apprentice Digital & Technology Solutions Level 6 – Software Developer you’ll need to achieve (or be on course to achieve) three A-Levels with a minimum of BCC grades. You’ll also need a minimum of four GCSEs at grades 4-9 (C or above) including English and Maths.

We value different perspectives, skills and experiences. We’re creating an inclusive working culture where people from all backgrounds can succeed. That’s why we welcome applications from all parts of the community.

Digital & Technology Solutions Level 6 – Software Developer

London, UK
Belfast, UK
St James' Square, Cheltenham GL50 3PR, UK
Ipswich, UK
Arno's Vale, Bristol BS4 3EH, UK
Apprenticeships, Higher Apprenticeship

Published on 31 May 2020