There will be questions along the way and we know these may differ given your role. We have looked to answer some of the main questions we received below. If you are looking to become an Apprentice, or are supporting an individual through their application we hope we have covered the main points. If you require additional support, please let us know as part of your application.
Apprenticeships aren’t just a valuable route for school, college or university leavers, they can also be the opportunity you are looking for to change your career, pursue a passion or revive missed employment opportunities. An Apprenticeship enables you to earn while you learn and gain work experience preparing you for a role in the chosen vocation.
Each of our programmes has different educational requirements - please check on our Programme Overview tab for programme specific criteria.
You must be available to start at this time so you can enjoy our onboarding and orientation experience.
i. The online application where you will submit your CV and answer initial eligibility questions.
ii. You will take part in an online assessment. These tests use scientific methods to measure things like your problem-solving skills, how you handle emotions, your interests, and more.
iii. The next stage is game-based assessments of personality, no prior knowledge is required to complete these tasks successfully. Instead, the game-like tasks will show us your natural behaviour or ability in action.
iv. At this stage, you will record answers to three questions using an online platform, available on mobile or desktop. This gives you the chance to tell us about your motivations and transferable skills.
v. The final part of the application process is an Assessment Centre. These will be held virtually and you will take part in a group exercise, presentation, practical task and one on one interviews with managers from the teams you could be aligned to.