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ABOUT

The Microsoft Apprenticeship Connector was developed in response to research insights from the Microsoft Apprenticeship Network, and has been created in partnership with GetMyFirstJob Ltd - a social enterprise established to help employers' access and employ the talent of tomorrow by using innovative technology to inform young people about their options and create effective and efficient routes into training and development.

The Microsoft Apprenticeship Connector helps jobseekers discover and apply for digital apprenticeship opportunities working with Microsoft technology in Microsoft’s partners and customers. The Connector also helps employers promote their apprentice vacancies to a larger and more diverse range of candidates.

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DIGITAL APPRENTICESHIPS

Digital careers exist in every industry and every sector of the economy – from finance, fashion, healthcare and tech, to manufacturing, charities, sports clubs and government. The Microsoft Apprenticeship Connector brings to life opportunities from across Microsoft’s community of partners and customers.

All the apprenticeship opportunities on this site align to government requirements in either England or Scotland. The training they offer is regulated and funded by government.

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Training and Certification

Microsoft works with selected government approved apprenticeship training providers who are also qualified to deliver technical training on Microsoft technologies within their programmes.

These organisations use learning resources developed by Microsoft which support their apprentices to build industry-ready skills in Microsoft technologies. The training is delivered by experienced professionals who are Microsoft Certified Trainers, and apprentices put this training into practice in their day to day work.

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The Microsoft Apprenticeship Network

The Connector is part of the Microsoft Apprenticeship Network. Since launching a national programme in 2010, the Microsoft Apprenticeship Network has helped nearly 30,000 people start tech careers with thousands of employers.

The goal is to support the increased use of apprenticeships by Microsoft partners and customers, creating opportunities for people to start a tech career through paid employment with training, whilst addressing short and medium term talent needs.

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