An apprenticeship is a structured programme of learning (a combination of on and off the job training) for non-graduates. On the job the apprentices work alongside staff at the Greater London Authority to make a real contribution to the team in which they are based. Off the job they undertake a tailored training programme, working towards nationally recognised qualifications – an apprenticeship or advanced apprenticeship in business administration, with additional modules relevant to the specific role.
You can read more about the GLA apprentices past and present in the following blog posts:
- Apprenticeship with the Regeneration Team
- Apprenticeship with the London Assembly
- Apprenticeship with the Mayor's Press Office
- New Apprentices at City Hall
If you think you’re up for the challenge, find out how to apply on our current vacancies page.
If successful, you will be called in for an assessment day on 13 November 2015. If you get through to the next round, you will be called in for a second assessment day on 19 November 2015. The start date for successful applicants will be 18 January 2016.
If the idea of apprenticeships appeals to you and you want to find out more, the best place to start is the National Apprenticeship Service website www.apprenticeships.org.uk.