DevOps Engineer apprenticeship for business
Discover the benefits of DevOps Engineer apprenticeships for both individuals seeking a rewarding career and businesses aiming to remain competitive in today's digital age.
Delivered in partnership with the University of the West of England (UWE Bristol), the DATS PID apprenticeship equips learners with much needed and in demand digital and technical skills. This programme offers Software Engineer and Network Engineer specialisations in the second year of study.
For those seeking an alternative to traditional academic routes, Level 3 apprenticeships provide an excellent opportunity to kickstart their professional journey. Combining practical experience with structured learning, these apprenticeships offer a unique pathway that equips individuals with valuable skills, industry knowledge, and a head start in their chosen field.
The £5.2m project aims to tackle the growing demand for skilled construction workers in the county, with an emphasis on sustainable and low-carbon technologies.
According to recent population projections by the Office for National Statistics (ONS), Gloucestershire is predicted to witness a 7.1% increase in its population by the year 2041, slightly surpassing the national average. While this growth may appear promising for businesses and local development, the report highlights a significant rise in the population aged 65 and above. By 2041, it is projected that the proportion of individuals in Gloucestershire who fall into this age group will sharply rise from 20.8% to 28.9%.
For businesses, building a solid talent pipeline is the top of recruitment and managers' priorities to invest in the present and future of an organization.
Our new Level 3 Machining Technician Apprenticeship Standard was designed to contribute to Gloucestershire’s engineering talent pool by equipping the sector’s current and future workforce with skills, knowledge and behaviours in line with the latest industry requirements. It was tailored to meet the needs of Gloucestershire-based engineering and manufacturing companies of all sizes.
Just before Easter, the draft document with new apprenticeship funding rules for 23/24 was released by the Department for Education making it easier for providers and employers to access the apprenticeship system.
Apprenticeships is a tried and true method of developing skilled tradesmen and attracting younger workforce to the sector. While giving apprentices access to valuable expertise and skills from older experienced workers, they also allow fresh new ideas and perspective to enter the business, thus driving innovation that benefits your organisation and strengthens the industry as a whole.
With just one week to go until our Apprenticeship Open Evening 2023, we’ve rounded up the list of amazing local employers who will be joining us.