Do you have a passion to learn about IT?
Are you enthusiastic with a professional attitude and a willingness to learn?
Do you have good communication skills and at least grade C GCSE or equivalent in ICT, Maths and English?
If the answers to the above questions are YES, then a Microsoft Support IT Apprenticeship could be your first step to a full career in the IT industry.
If you are aged between 16 and 18, looking for your next step after school or college and living in England, then you can apply for a Microsoft Support IT Apprenticeship and gain job-specific skills including globally recognized Microsoft certifications whilst earning a wage at a Microsoft Partner company in one of the UK’s priority sectors.
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On programme, you will earn a minimum of £120 per week rising to typically £15,000-20,000 p.a. base salary upon completion. Then it’s up to you to develop your career in an industry where the average salary is over £40,000.
Interested? Here’s what to do next…
Providing you match the entry criteria above, applying couldn’t be easier: Send your CV with a brief covering letter about why you want a career in the IT sector and d escribe the skills that you think you will need to make a successful career in IT .
We will then go through next steps with you, which, if successful, will result in an interview with a Microsoft Partner company, a job offer and ultimately a place on the Microsoft Partner Apprenticeship.
The recruiting Partner is one of the Midlands’ most progressive firms of accountants and business advisors. They work with clients across the UK from their nine offices across the Midlands - in Derby, Burton, Nottingham, Leicester, Birmingham, Alfreton, Ashbourne, Ilkeston and Buxton.
They don’t just look at their clients' books; they look at their businesses. Their experts look beyond the basics and place great emphasis on understanding their clients' corporate and personal goals, with a view to maximising retained profits. They call it adding value.
Please note that full government funding is only available to candidates aged between 16 and 18 years. Part funding is available for older candidates as long as you don't already have further qualifications such as a BTEC level 3 in IT or degree in any subject. Sorry.
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