Interview with senior managers within the region, a shadow day followed by Maths & English assessments. It feels relaxed to the applicant but the reality is that it's being closely monitored with all participants reporting back to a manager. If you are applying bear this in mind.
Formal attire within work based learning although a suit can be off putting to learners if you go on a shadow day. Shirt, tie and a jumper is good in this situation. That being said I have been on shadow days with people that look like they are going on a night out that eventually got the job.
How does someone get hired at Babcock International? What are the steps along the way?
Be married/in a relationship with or be friends with the supervisor who is interviewing you. If your face doesn't fit you'll never get promoted. I've seen too much of this happen. Its not about what you know, it's about who you know & how often you meet them socially outside of work.
Good company that does listen and make changes based on feedback. It would be better if they took the lead within the industry (work based learning) rather than following.
Transparent and honest hierarchy.
Yes they do - I had to wee into a bottle whilst a nurse waited outside the toilet, presumably so that I wasn't submitting someone else's urine. Anyway, if you don't take drugs what do you have to worry about?