Launch your career with an Atos apprenticeship
At Atos we deliver unique digital journeys. More than just a multinational digital services company, we are global problem solvers, specialising in transformations. And by joining one of our apprenticeship schemes, we can help transform your career.
We’re committed to the growth of our apprentices, and that’s why right from the start you’ll be able to earn while you learn, as you are trained and supported throughout the scheme. On top of this, you’ll receive a permanent contract from day one with a full range of flexible benefits, including 25 days’ holiday, private medical insurance, a pension plan and a fully funded training program to help you achieve your qualifications. This programme has everything you need to take on a role as a fully-fledged professional.
If you’re looking for an apprenticeship where you’ll work within Security, Risk and Compliance and support maintaining a secure and audit-ready environment, then our Digital Applications scheme is perfect for you.
On this scheme, you will:
- Support a broad range of security and governance related controls for our customers, constantly maintaining a secure and audit-ready environment
- Work alongside our Client Security Managers, contributing to and gaining experience in a range of information security, governance, risk and compliance activities
- Learn to build relationships with key stakeholders, making this an ideal environment to learn both technical and communication skills
To learn more about our Digital Applications scheme and our other apprenticeships, be sure to visit…
If you’ve got the dedication, and you share our passion for changing customers’ lives, you can transform your potential into an exciting career. Your journey with BT doesn’t end once you have finished the apprenticeship programme. You can continue to share great ideas and seize every chance to learn and grow, and you could progress all the way to a senior role, shaping the next big thing. APPLY NOW
What can I expect from an ECITB Apprenticeship?
Deciding to become a part of engineering construction by way of an ECITB Apprenticeship offers you a future full of choices and opportunities. Making this decision means you may have the chance to travel the world – if that is what you want. Alternatively you can play a key role in developing the UK.
The work is exciting, well paid and well respected and no two days are ever the same. As an ECITB Apprentice you’ll be paid while you develop the necessary skills, processes and techniques at a training provider and learn the associated theory at college. After this initial period, commonly referred to as the ‘off-the-job training’ period, you’ll progress to work on real projects with your employer.
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The Life Sciences and the Related Science Industries are high-tech, innovative and highly diverse, spanning pharmaceuticals, medical technology, biotechnology, and industrial biotechnology and has applications across many other sectors.
More information about the industry can be found on the Cogent website and the website of Life Sciences Scotland, which represents the life sciences community in Scotland, from industry and academia to healthcare and government.
Learning to maintain commercial catering equipment can lead to first class career in service engineering. Severn Catering Service (SCS) is part of the Acme Facilities Group and provides Sales, Service and Maintenance of Commercial Catering equipment to a diverse customer base throughout the UK. SCS are seeking two commercial catering trainee/apprentice in Scotland to work alongside our existing engineers to train to become a service/installation engineer. You will be interested in starting a career in this industry or have had some exposure through a plumbing course and are looking to further develop across a broad range of equipment. The company can offer ongoing training and the opportunity for cross skilling and the opportunity to become a fully qualified Gas Safe registered engineer with all the necessary COMCAT qualifications required to excel in this industry. Also considered are candidates holding electrical qualifications. The roles involve working in various locations, providing first class service. This is an excellent opportunity for an interesting and varied career. To find out more – check out the SCS opportunities at Apprenticeships in Scotland.
Since we first started Scottish Apprenticeship Week in 2010 – it has really taken off with national skills agency ‘Skills Development Scotland’ taking it over and providing national leadership. There are a whole series of events in each local authority area. You can find out what Scottish Apprenticeship Week events are on in your area using the links below. But make sure you don’t miss out on what’s on elsewhere. Many of the best Apprenticeships in Scotland from some of the UK’s leading employers are not part of the Scottish Government’s Modern Apprenticeship Scheme. You’ll always find the best of the rest on Apprenticeships in Scotland. Sign up to Apprenticeships in Scotland.
What’s on where?
Scottish Apprenticeships Week 2017 in Aberdeen
Scottish Apprenticeships Week 2017 in Aberdeenshire
Scottish Apprenticeships Week 2017 in Angus
Scottish Apprenticeships Week 2017 in Argyll and Bute
Scottish Apprenticeships Week 2017 in Clackmannanshire
Scottish Apprenticeships Week 2017 in Dumfries and Galloway
Scottish Apprenticeships Week 2017 in Dundee
Scottish Apprenticeships Week 2017 in East Ayrshire
Scottish Apprenticeships Week 2017 in East Dunbartonshire
Scottish Apprenticeships Week 2017 in East Lothian
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Scottish Apprenticeships Week 2017 in Edinburgh
Scottish Apprenticeships Week 2017 in Falkirk
Scottish Apprenticeships Week 2017 in Fife
Scottish Apprenticeships Week 2017 in Glasgow
Scottish Apprenticeships Week 2017 in Highland
Scottish Apprenticeships Week 2017 in Inverclyde
Scottish Apprenticeships Week 2017 in Midlothian
Scottish Apprenticeships Week 2017 in Moray
Scottish Apprenticeships Week 2017 in North Ayrshire
Scottish Apprenticeships Week 2017 in North Lanarkshire
Scottish Apprenticeships Week 2017 in Orkney
Scottish Apprenticeships Week 2017 in Outer Hebrides
Scottish Apprenticeships Week 2017 in Perth & Kinross
Scottish Apprenticeships Week 2017 in Renfrewshire
Scottish Apprenticeships Week 2017 in Scottish Borders
Scottish Apprenticeships Week 2017 in Shetland
Scottish Apprenticeships Week 2017 in South Ayrshire
Scottish Apprenticeships Week 2017 in South Lanarkshire
Scottish Apprenticeships Week 2017 in Stirling
Scottish Apprenticeships Week 2017 in West Dunbartonshire
Scottish Apprenticeships Week 2017 in West Lothian
You can start on a salary of up to £21,500, with independence and responsibility, straight after school or college. And there’s no limit to your progress: CLICK HERE
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Skills for Work Hospitality at National 4 (SCQF level 4) provides a broad, practical introduction to the hospitality professions.
The Course enables candidates to experience the professional kitchen and restaurant and to learn about the different roles and responsibilities in hospitality professions. It begins to develop vocational skills and knowledge.
All Units in the Course place emphasis on the employability skills and attitudes that will help to prepare candidates for the workplace. Candidates will have the opportunity to develop the skills involved in preparing, cooking, presenting and serving food and drinks. Candidates will also gain practical experience of working in a realistic working environment.
This framework was developed at the request of employers in the Football and Rugby Industries in Scotland to meet the needs of the Clubs and young professional football and rugby players.
This Framework will be fully reviewed within six months.
A mandatory entry requirement for this Modern Apprenticeship is that the individual meets a definition of a “talented player”, using the Scottish Football Association and Scottish Rugby Union defined criteria as a quality standard.
This MA is available only to individuals that meet these requirements and who are within the Scottish Football Association/ Scottish Rugby Union membership and competition structures. This MA is not available to individuals who do not meet the requirements, or sit outside the SFA/ SRU structure.
More information about the industry can be found on the SkillsActive website.
Updated in October 2015 to add a reaccredited SVQ