Denton and Reddish MP, Andrew Gwynne, has today thrown his support behind an apprenticeship scheme which will give students across Greater Manchester the opportunity to join one of the country’s leading businesses in the technology sector.
UKFast is one of the UK’s leading managed hosting and colocation providers to some of Britain’s most well-known public bodies, including the North-West Ambulance Service and the Ministry of Defence.
The technology leader has announced an apprenticeship recruitment drive for 100 new apprentices to join its ranks over the next 12 months. The scheme offers qualifications in IT, software development, maintenance, customer service, events and facilities management, with the next intake beginning in September being offered the chance to work towards a Level 4 software development apprenticeship.
Applications for Level 4 software development apprenticeships are open now and close September 18th. For more information please visit: https://www.ukfast.co.uk/technical-jobs/it-apprentice.html
For more information on all of UKFast’s apprenticeships please visit: https://www.ukfast.co.uk/careers.html
Andrew Gwynne said:
“UKFast are offering students who have received their A-Levels the chance to join a rapidly expanding tech business based in Greater Manchester with candidates who have completed the two-year course in the past having a 100% employability rate within the innovative tech firm.
“I’d strongly encourage students with a keen interest in data and new technologies to look at what’s on offer and consider applying.”