You can start your career with the BBC in a number of areas from journalism and production to engineering or even in their legal department. Below is some more information about each of the apprenticeship schemes that they offer.
Digital Journalist Apprenticeship
Do you think you've got what it takes to tell a story, put it out there, and reach people who don't normally consume news then this could be the apprenticeship for you.
Do you love all things digital and use social media? You're half way there! This is a 22 month programme where you could get accredited by the National Council for the Training of Journalists by the end of the programme!
You'll train and be working with BBC editors, create programmes for TV, Radio, Digital, Online and social media, working on the latest pilots in digital mobile journalism! It's time to start your apprenticeship journey!
Engineering Sponsored Degree (Apprenticeship)
This is a UK wide programme where you could spend three years studying towards a fully funded Beng (Hons) degree from Birmingham City University. If you've got a minimum of 120 UCAS points, then this could really be your way in.
Not only will you get the opportunity to work within the BBC you'll also get opportunity with Babcock International, BFBS, ITC, Emmerdale and also Coronation Street. You'll be desiring, creating and managing broadcast systems in the production, post production and distribution of media content. You could land yourself in a job such as Project Manager, Newsgathering Technologist, Spectrum Planner, Database Systems Specialist or even Project Engineer!
Would you describe yourself as flexible, a team player, logical but also inquisitive? It's time for you to apply.
Software Engineering Degree Apprenticeship
Want to work at the hub of the BBC in their London offices? If you have a passion for coding, building websites and software development and already have you're a-Levels, this if just for you.
This is a four-year programme with the BBC that will give you experience in many different languages and methodologies as well as giving you the opportunity to work on a variety of platforms, from an iOS app to developing scalable code on Amazon Web Services!
You'll be working hands on with the industries best senior developers and products specialists while gaining yourself a full bachelor's degree in Digital and Technology Solutions from Queen Mary University, London.
Apprentice Broadcast operator
This is a UK wide advanced apprenticeship opportunity where you will get a Level 3 City & Guilds in Digital Technology over 22 months. You'll have the opportunity to be working in TV/Radio Studios, Media Management, newsroom production and even vision mixing and editing!
You'll be working with industry experienced colleagues and have the opportunity to fully contribute to your role. You should be a creative problem solver and have a passion for the creative and technical aspects of broadcasting. If you've already got experience of audio and video content, you're perfect!
Production Apprentice Scheme
If you're passionate about creating content for TV, radio and online through new ideas and have bags of determination to conquer challenges that come your way. This apprenticeship scheme could be perfect.
It's a 12-month scheme which combines different places in the workplace to give you some core production skills. This includes working in production management, looking at budgets, copyright and scheduling, craft skills, learning the skills required to run a radio studio and also editorial which involves coming up with and pitching programme ideas.
Love the BBC, such as CBBC, BBC Radio 1 or BBC Proms? These are just a few of the opportunities for the BBC's next intake of apprenticeships.
Legal Apprentice Programme
Do you want to work in a law environment? This is a great alternative to University if you're looking to work in law. It's a 2-year programme with opportunities in London, Glasgow and Salford.
You'll get to be involved in all sorts of legal work carried out at the BBC, helping lawyers with their cases and getting involved in good projects right from the start. You'll have your own responsibly carrying out your own research and building relationships with internal clients.
Do you know you want to be working in law? Why not start straight away and earn!
Business Management Degree Apprenticeship
You could get a honours degree in Business Management and a higher apprenticeship in Leadership and Management and start on a salary of £17,015 with this programme at the BBC!
It's a two-year programme at the BBC studying with Pearson College and as part of the programme you'll have three placements with the BBC. If you've got a genuine passion for business and a passion to develop your career in the area this is perfect for you. It's time to start your career and be a leader of the future.
To find out more about these programmes and to apply go on to the BBC Careers page.