John Lewis is choosing Gold for its Degree Apprentices
John Lewis has chosen Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) as its education partner for its recently launched IT Degree Apprenticeship programme.
Lloyds Banking Group are skilling up in all key tech areas with accredited degree apprentices
This year, Lloyds Banking Group is working with Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU) to train 15 degree apprentices to provide digital skills right across their business.
HMRC have selected Tech Partnership Gold accredited degree apprenticeships for pilot
The Tech Partnership team caught up with Joanne Singer, HR Policy Lead to find out about HMRC’s latest apprenticeship programme and why working with the Tech Partnership has been so important to them.
BT is building its own skills pipeline through Degree Apprenticeships
According to Bob Soper-Dyer, Head of BT Group Apprenticeship Programmes, tech and digital resources in TV and Radio operate like a “big club”, where they rotate around the industry, working for periods of time on specific projects and programmes.
Fujitsu have confidence in the Partnership’s degree apprenticeships scheme
Fujitsu have been working with the Tech Partnership from the start in the design and specification of degree apprenticeship programmes. Victoria Ward, Fujitsu Head of Central Services, explained how Fujitsu greatly benefitted from this involvement.
Thales have designed a degree apprenticeship to enhance their digital talent pipeline
In 2015, Thales offered a degree apprenticeship programme for the first time, recruiting five entrants to add to the 46 joining through other routes. The lucky five are spread across two locations.