Tech Apprenticeship

Description

We’re on the lookout for people who want to develop their passion for technology. With a QA IT apprenticeship, you’ll be fully trained, placed with a great company, and earn a competitive salary.

You’ll be gaining work experience in:

  • Understanding networking and architecture
  • Working with mobile and operating systems
  • Exploring the capabilities of cloud
  • Using Business Processes
  • Coding and logic

Is this you?

You will be a problem solver, like a challenge, and be able to take instructions and settle down to task quickly. We aren’t looking for the finished article but some knowledge of tech will stand you in good stead.

Future prospects

92% of QA apprentices secure permanent employment after completing; this is 20% higher than the national average. This programme opens the door for opportunities including:

  • Desktop Support Engineer
  • First and Second Line Helpdesk Support
  • Technical Support Analyst
  • Infrastructure Technician

Our partners

We team with selected businesses from around the UK, from start-ups to medium-sized enterprises right up to giants like Visa, ASOS, Atos, Fujitsu, and Microsoft. Where will your apprenticeship take you?

About us

QA is the UK’s leading Tech, Digital and IT Apprenticeships, provider. We deliver programs suitable for a wide range of candidates; whether you’re the next tech wizard, innovative digital marketer or you want to be the next big thing in the world of cybersecurity.

We are an award-winning apprenticeship provider, allowing individuals to develop their skills and gain industry-relevant qualifications. QA are with apprentices every step of the way, from picking an apprenticeship, matching with the perfect employer, onboarding through to celebrating success upon completion.

Important information:

QA’s apprenticeships are funded by the Education & Skills Funding Agency (ESFA), an executive agency of the Department for Education.

To be eligible for a Government funded apprenticeship you must have lived in the UK or European Economic Area (EEA) for the last 3 consecutive years.