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Apprenticeships

Please see below for opportunities in apprenticeships and training.

ACTION FOR CONSERVATION!

Aged 12 - 16 and living in London and the South East? Passionate about helping our planet? Ready to lead real action? Then apply to join us in the South Downs National Park for our very first spring conservation camp.

We are looking for young people from across London and the South East to join us on our spring conservation camp at Slindon Base Camp in the South Downs National Park. Simply tell us about an environmental project you'd like to lead in your local area and you could win a FREE spot on our camp for five days of discovery, exploration and adventure. Watch the camp trailer below, download our application form and share this far and wide - you can even apply with a friend!

The deadline for applications is January 20th 2019


Backstage Theatre

The Wales Millennium Centre are looking for 30 female 14-18 year olds (in education or post education) who are interested in Backstage Theatre to spend Wednesday 12th December with theatre professionals; learning about the many roles and what routes into backstage theatre are available.

They are happy for people to come from any region of Wales but there is no travel allowance.
To get involved, get in touch with Jenny Sturt on 02920 636459 or jenny.sturt@wmc.org.uk.


BBC Wales Mentoring Programme

BBC First Steps Mentoring project-Kick-start your knowledge about broadcasting and apprenticeship roles at the BBC.

Click on image for application details in English or Welsh.

I’m delighted to launch the BBC’s First Steps mentoring project for future apprenticeship candidates. Do you know a young person with a passion for media and broadcasting? Do you think they would benefit from some mentoring by production teams at the BBC?

BBC Wales is offering mentoring support and guidance, for up to 15 young people in Wales, with the aim of helping them to do better with the application process for the BBC’s Digital Journalism Apprenticeships when they launch on January 7th, 2019 next year. 

It can be really difficult to apply for one of our apprenticeships and we appreciate that. The online questions, online assessments and application to a deadline, can all be a tough process to get through. So First Steps is here to give a little bit of help to talented potential candidates. We are not looking for your A star students who can write applications well already. We are looking for talented young people with a passion for some kind of media, who have that creative spark but might need some help when it comes to dealing with formal applications.

We will accept up to 15 people this year with an interest in Journalism and they will come into the BBC here in Cardiff for one day in January, one in February and one in March. These days will involve mentoring, shadowing, employability training and potential masterclasses

Potential applicants can apply for the First Steps initiative. You can send their application straight to schemes@bbc.co.uk, or you ask your Media or English teacher to introduce them and we'll email them directly to ask them.
Please note, all applicants must be 18 years old or older by September 2019.


Tomorrow's Engineers Week 

Tomorrow's Engineers Week (#TEWeek18) takes place from 5-9 November 2018 and aims to change perceptions of engineering among young people, their parents and teachers and to inspire future engineers.
Find out more about Tomorrow's Engineers Week at and look at all the career resources on the website 
Tomorrow's Engineers website