"Some of the smartest, most committed, most diverse developers you will find anywhere"
An apprenticeship training that cultivates problem solving and instils a lifelong love of learning.
No other apprenticeship provider puts as much care and attention into training their apprentices
Our candidates typically complete close to 1,000 hours of learning by the time they complete their apprenticeship, including 500 hours before you even meet them.
Candidates go through a rigorous selection process. Every term, over 1,200 people express interest in studying with us. Typically, only 12 candidates make it onto our Foundation programme.
Employers appreciate the diversity of our candidates, their high level of preparation, their willingness to learn, and the continuing opportunities for professional development with us well beyond the end of the apprenticeship.
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How it works
Answer questions from candidates on our Foundation programme.
Set screening questions and a technical challenge, followed by interviews.
Make offers to the candidates that best meet your needs.
What employers say
Your questions answered
How is the apprenticeship training funded?
The apprenticeship is funded by the Department for Education.
Who are the candidates?
They are a diverse mix of returners, career changers, graduates and school leavers, with an age range from 19 to over 50.
How long is the apprenticeship?
The apprentice contract is for 21 months (which is the “typical duration” of this apprenticeship standard), although our typical time to completion is 15 months (the timetable we actually work towards).
What do apprentices get paid?
We recommend a starting salary of £18,000 during the initial training period, with increments over the course of the apprenticeship in line with the performance of the apprentice.
How is the training structured?
- 12-week full-time training at the beginning of employment;
- Weekly follow-up sessions over the length of the apprenticeship;
- Up to two weeks at the end of the apprenticeship to complete a final project report.
What if we want to retrain our own staff?
We welcome candidates sponsored by their current employers and, just like any other candidate, we will give them all the support they need to prepare for their apprenticeship.
What do apprentices learn?
What about other software stacks?
Given a sufficient number of learners, we can tailor an apprenticeship curriculum to your needs. We also run a Machine Learning apprenticeship for more experienced developers.