EARN WHILE YOU LEARN
In the UK, apprenticeships are available nationwide, last 12 months and involve work based learning with direction from a dedicated training partner. Together these programmes offer a clear route for progression and applicants can choose between different entry options according to their level of educational achievement and abilities.
Five reasons to join
- Structured training programme with real 'hands on' experience
- Opportunity to work with some major brands
- Kick-start your career with plenty of opportunities to progress
- Regular reviews and coaching from managers
- Great social environment and the opportunity to get involved in charitable events
what apprenticeship is for me?
We offer IT and Business Administration Apprenticeships that last 12 months and involve work-based learning with support and direction from a training partner. Our programmes offer clear routes for progression and you can choose between different entry options according to your level of education. As a minimum, you must have five GCSEs at grade A*-C including Maths and English.
We typically recruit apprentices during the summer, but we also recruit some in October and November too. You will have the opportunity to join one of these teams; Infrastructure Operations, Engineering, Purchasing, Scheduling, Service Desk or Sales.
We offer three types of apprenticeships; Business Administration, IT, and Supply Chain and Logistics. You will work towards a Level 3 qualification whilst learning on the job in a dedicated role.
Together these programmes provide a clear route for progression and applicants will be immersed into the Computacenter way of life from day one.
Our apprentice numbers have grown from 5 to 70 in just over two years. Each apprentice develops their knowledge by learning from others around them as well as gaining official accreditations.
We have a passion for developing young people in our business. With dedicated staff and structured programmes available, there is no better time to become an apprentice at Computacenter.