Software Engineer Degree Apprenticeship

I2n Ltd
£151.88 - £264.38 per week
08 Sep 2017
22 Sep 2017
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Weekly wage £151.88 - £264.38

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Apprentices are paid for their normal working hours and training that's part of their apprenticeship(usually one day per week).

  • Working week Monday - Friday 9am-5pm

    Total hours per week: 37.50

  • Apprenticeship duration 3 years

  • Possible start date 05 Oct 2017

  • Date posted 08 Sep 2017

  • Distance 96.5 miles

  • Apprenticeship level Degree Level Apprenticeship

  • Reference number VAC001307266

  • Positions 1 available

  • Requirements and prospects Desired skills
    • Previous knowledge of programming.
    • Good communication skills.
    • Good organisation skills.
    Personal qualities
    • Commited.
    • Interest in technology.
    Qualifications required

    Our minimum entry requirements for this course are:

    • A-Levels: BBB.
    • GCSE Mathematics: C.
    • GCSE English Language: C.
    • BTEC National Diploma: DDM.
    • IB: 32-30 points, including Standard Mathematics grade 4.
    • Or the equivalent.
    Future prospects “i2N teach you such a large amount about the working world in a short period of time. They really encourage you to not only grow as an employee, but as a person. People supposedly dread going to work every morning, but I can genuinely say I look forward to it each day. The staff here are warm and welcoming and easy to get along with. They want to engage with yourself to hear your thoughts and ideas. Furthermore you get to work in an interesting and developing environment, one that makes an impact on society. If you get the opportunity to work here, I cannot recommend it highly enough. C.Whiteley, History & Criminology, 2014” Things to consider Because of the nature of our business, I am afraid we have to stipulate that you can show five years recent residency in the UK. Public transport is poor where we are, so you will probably need your own wheels.

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