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Apprenticeships With the british army

Apprenticeships With The British Army

Become an Army apprentice and you’ll start an exciting, satisfying career alongside people just like you. You’ll train together, live together, and face challenges together that will build lifelong bonds. The Army has one of the largest nationally recognised apprenticeship programmes in the UK. As a Top 100 Apprentice Employer, we have 18,000 new soldiers learning with us and over 8,000 apprentices passing their training each year. You’ll earn while you learn, developing key skills in one of over 40 different roles.

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Lance Corporal Tom Davids, aged 25. 1st Battalion The Royal Welsh, said: “I recently completed my Engineering apprenticeship. This have given me practical skills that have made me more confident in my daily role and helped me to analyse different aspects of my job more effectively, such as health and safety, preparation and use of tools that are needed when working on the armoured vehicles.

Apprenticeships with the British Army

Fix a tank. Build a bridge. Stop a cyber-attack. Whatever you want to do with you career, we’ve got a place for you. As an Apprentice in the British Army you'll build the kinds of bonds that you simply wouldn’t find in civilian life. You'll make friends for life and travel the world with them, all while earning a very competitive wage. We train thousands of people in roles ranging from IT to engineering to catering and healthcare. Whoever you are and whatever your ambitions, we can help you find where you belong.

Train as a technology and communications apprentice and you’ll play a direct role in powering every part of the Army. Whether you fancy becoming a skilled expert working with ammunition, explosives, electronics or IT systems, you’ll keep us all moving – meaning you’ll be playing an important part in our ongoing progress too.

Teaching apprentices how to develop new military technology and maintain our aircraft, vehicles and weaponry is vital to our success, both now and in the future. So, whether you learn how to be an aircraft technician, communications electrician or vehicle mechanic, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to make a big contribution.

We need to equip apprentices with the right skills and knowledge to make sure our soldiers get the treatment they need. That’s why we offer a range of apprenticeships including primary healthcare and emergency care, giving you the chance to become a trained expert and make a real difference by providing an essential service to the Army.

Carpentry, metalwork, plumbing and construction are just some of the trades we need apprentices to train in. Whether you’re helping to build new Army bases as part of the Royal Engineers, or looking after the electrics on Army vehicles, becoming a skilled tradesman will mean you’ll play an important part in our continued development.

As we employ such a huge number of people, it’s important that we recruit apprentices who can provide strong networks to support them. This support can cover anything from internal communications and teaching, to security and law – so however you assist us, you’ll help us make sure that everyone in the Army feels secure in their role.

Delivering troops and supplies to locations around the world is a big part of what we do, and we need to train apprentices to help us be prepared for any situation. From driving large and small vehicles, to flying aircraft and working on ships, you’ll get to travel far and wide to make sure we’ve got everything we need in the places it’s needed.

Lance Corporal Katie Simons, aged 23. The Royal Signals Regiment, said: “I recently completed my Level 2 and Level 3 apprenticeships in IT Communications and Telecommunications. This made me more confident in my daily role, has given me a great sense of achievement and has provided me with a thorough understanding of the communications environment

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