National Crime Agency
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'The training opportunities are good at the National Crime Agency and career progression possible for those seeking advancement.'
Who are the National Crime Agency?
Did you know that organised crime is one of the most serious threats in the UK? The National Crime Agency work to protect the nation from threats whether that’s modern slavery, human trafficking, cyber crime, illegal firearms or child exploitation so whatever role you’re looking for you will be guaranteed to be making a positive difference.
What do the National Crime Agency Apprenticeships involve?
The National Crime Agency Apprenticeships combine academic study with practical on the job training which enables you to obtain industry specific qualifications, highly sought skills and vital experience. As a National Crime Agency apprentice, you’ll be working either in business administration or as a support officer.
Throughout your Apprenticeship you’ll enjoy a wealth of learning and development opportunities both personally and professional where you’ll be fully supported by your colleagues and learning mentor.
Joining the National Crime Agency (NCA) as a business or support officer apprentice will see you supporting the agency effectively and efficiently and helping to protect the public from serious crimes. You’ll be providing support to operations, programmes, projects and central service functions by preparing documents to organising events and even booking rooms.
Are you able to prioritise your workload ensuring you go above and beyond to meet deadlines? If so then the National Crime Agency Apprenticeships could be the perfect match for you. You’ll need to be confident and committed, able to work well under pressure, have an excellent attention to detail, effective communication skills and the ability to work as a team with a good level of IT knowledge.
Applying for National Crime Agency Apprenticeships
If you’re a proactive individual that’s looking for a dynamic and challenging role then the National Crime Agency want to hear from you. Check out the latest vacancies listed below.