TfL Graduate Schemes
As the UK lockdown continues to ease through the planned government roadmap of lifting of restrictions there is great optimism that we can continue on the path towards “normality”. There is still a way to go before we get to that point and everybody must stay vigilant.
The apprentice programme and employers continue actively follow government guidelines and are taking all reasonable measures to support the minimisation of the spread of infection. Employers are posting new vacancies and we are still actively looking to fill the positions, so please search and apply for your ideal opportunity today.
The Apprenticeship programme is increasing its remotely delivered content and aligned our processes to minimise transmission risks in our training centres. We are adapting to changing circumstances and where employers are supportive, starting to ramp up apprentice training activity. Even though some apprentices are on furlough, government rules state that training can still continue, please speak with us or your employer for more information. You may find the following link helpful:
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About 1 in 3 people with coronavirus do not have symptoms but can still infect others. Getting tested regularly is the only way to know if you have the virus. If people test positive and self-isolate, it helps stop the virus spreading. We are supportive of this process and urge you to be supportive too. Anyone in England is now eligible for free and regular rapid lateral flow tests – these are for people who are not experiencing any of symptoms of coronavirus. For those with symptoms you need a different test. Please follow the link below for more advice and guidance on both types of test.
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Thank you for supporting us all in staying safe and please remember if you have any of the main symptoms of coronavirus:
You and anyone you live with should stay at home and not have visitors until you get your test result – only leave your home to have a test.
At Transport for London we are building a better Capital. We make life better for millions every day, making people safer and healthier, and journeys accessible.
Our impact on society is big. We help every Londoner prosper, from enhancing people’s career options to their choices of where to live. We’re a key part of getting children to nurseries, teachers to schools and nurses to hospitals. We’re also committed to creating a fairer, greener and healthier London – looking after the environment. We have an inclusive culture, where everyone can feel like they belong. And we’re building a workplace that is inclusive and diverse, representing London’s demographics.
Choosing what you do after university isn’t easy, so let TfL help you. TfL have big ambitions of creating a fairer, greener, healthier and more prosperous city. Our graduates come from all backgrounds, bringing their diverse talents to transform the city of London. You can make a big impact on London and the scope and scale of opportunity is enormous.
With so many career pathways and training opportunities available, we will help you transform your future and we'll be with you all the way.
Applications are now open for TfL Graduate Schemes starting in September 2022. We offer a wide range of roles across Engineering, Business Services and Technology & Data. Click below to apply now for one of TfL’s Graduate Schemes:
You’ll receive a wealth of opportunities, benefits and policies to help you achieve success in all elements of your life, enabling you to bring your whole authentic self to work. We strive to make TfL a great place to work as we know that people that get 100%, give 100% back.
Pay and reward are important, but the true power is in the purpose. We give you the opportunity to see the true impact you have on the work that you do.
The personal contribution that you make means that you feel good about what you do and that you are proud to have a career with a higher purpose.
Our award-winning teams will support your ongoing development, through a wide range of on-the-job practical experience and placements. We'll support your professional development through a combination of Training, Mentoring, and Networking.
You'll also receive one-to-one advice, guidance, and support throughout your programme through a dedicated:
Responsible for your day-to-day management and support with your development.
A Senior Manager who acts as a technical and professional advisor and has line manager responsibility.
Usually an apprentice/graduate who gives support to you and ensure that you feel welcomed in the organisation.
Supports your professional development through providing career coaching and actively supporting your career progression at Tfl.
If you’re applying to any of our schemes, you’ll need to go through our online application process. We’ve made this clear and helpful, so you know what to expect at every stage:
To find out more about the application process, visit the TfL website
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