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Yes you have spend 6 weeks at their training facility in Dorset.

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You have to be at your desk at 6.45am and if your late they make you wear a red nose for whole day.

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Applications when vacancies are announced and competency

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It's extremely scary because they put crocodile clips on your private parts which are connected to 75 volts ac .

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The BBC outsources many of its services and some programme making to outside sources.

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8 Hours 1 hour unpaid lunch break

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Smart dress

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Both, their is onsite training to complete when you first join going through health and safety etc...

The Mailbox in Birmingham is where the BBC Academy is situated, you probably won't have to but all BBC Production Apprentices across the UK go to Birmingham for a week's training/induction.

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Job Opportunities-wise, there is plenty of room to move around the building as well as the different departments. Due to this I would say there is plenty of opportunity however it is the BBC and so you would need to be very proficient in your job and have the required experience to capitalise on the opportunities available

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