Microsoft-based software and web developer apprenticeship scheme launched

Training provider QA has launched an apprenticeship programme for software and web developers.

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Training provider QA has launched an apprenticeship programme for software and web developers.

The programme, which has been developed by sector skills body e-skills UK, Microsoft and QA, will make 20 opportunities available across the UK.

Apprentices will be taught skills in developing web and mobile applications for Windows, using Microsoft’s .Net framework.

Applicants for the scheme are expected to have a “strong educational background” in maths, science or business-related subjects, with an “aptitude” for computing. They should also have seven GCSeEs, with at least a C grade in maths and English.

Companies providing the apprenticeship places include Atos Origin, Web Applications UK, SysRepublic, UK Parliament, Atlas Computer Systems, Network Resource Group, Trinity Expert Systems, enterprise content management specialists Perspicuity, CRM provider Vigence and Strident.

To apply for the scheme, interested candidates should send a covering letter and CV to [email protected].

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