Are you looking for an excellent foundation to kick start your tech career? TalkTalk Apprenticeships could be just what you’re looking for. You’ll be supported by experienced staff who will share their knowledge and help you to become the best you can be.
Who are TalkTalk?
TalkTalk are an ever evolving business with a passion for providing affordable and trustworthy telecommunication services. They invest 100 million each year into their network to make broadband faster, reliable and safer but it’s not just their networks that they invest in, they also want to invest in you to help you achieve your ambitious goals.
About TalkTalk Apprenticeships
TalkTalk Apprenticeships combine study with practical on the job training allowing you to gain a wealth of experience, invaluable skills and professional qualifications plus you’ll even get paid!
TalkTalk Apprenticeships offer school leavers the opportunity to work in a fast paced environment where you’ll be based in their London or Manchester offices. You really will hit the ground running with a TalkTalk Apprenticeship as you’ll be given plenty of responsibilities and support right from the off.
What type of Apprenticeships can I do?
TalkTalk Apprenticeships include a broad range of roles you could be working within network engineering, data analysis or software development.
TalkTalk Apprenticeships Skills
TalkTalk are looking for curious, driven school leavers who love problem solving and working as part of a team. They also look for people who are organised and possess excellent communication skills. Through TalkTalks Apprenticeship you’ll further develop these skills and obtain new skills. You’ll be trained to your full potential.
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Applying for TalkTalk Apprenticeships
Ready to share your innovative tech ideas with someone who wants to listen? To apply for a TalkTalk Apprenticeship visit the TalkTalk website or check out their employer profile. Can’t find anything currently available? Check out Careermap for similar Apprenticeships.