|Entry requirements:||Five GCSEs grade *A-C, including maths and English, and two A levels. You must be 18 by 1 September 2017|
|Scheme length:||Two years|
|Minimum age to apply:||18|
|Qualification:||Level 5 HR Consultant/Partner|
|Salary:||Find out more about what's in it for you|
|Applications:||This scheme will open for applications in January, but in the meantime, register your interest now|
This apprenticeship scheme is an intensive development programme, designed to kick start your career in HR. Working as part of the HR team, you'll support the core business priorities by contributing to the delivery of generalist and specialist HR services while developing the skills and experience you need for a successful HR career through a combination of on-the-job and classroom training.
The Higher Apprenticeship in Human Resource (HR) Management provides you with a structured and comprehensive training programme, designed to introduce you to a variety of HR areas including but not limited to:
Placements on this apprenticeship are split into three 17-week placements and a 52-week placement.
17 weeks will be spent in:
52 weeks will be spent in:
HR delivery/change - HR Business Partner support where you'll work closely with HR Business Partners within one of our business areas (ie. London Underground, Surface transport or Professional Services) to provide support on a range of initiatives including talent, change programmes, organisational design and more.
When you complete this apprenticeship, you'll gain a CIPD Level 5 Diploma in Applied Human Resources. You'll also become a CIPD associate member with an opportunity to move into a permanent position within the HR department.
Due to the nature of our apprenticeships programme, if you already have a qualification at the same or higher level in a similar discipline to the scheme you're applying for, we reserve the right to reject your application. To make sure, you can double check your eligibility by emailing us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you do already hold a degree-level qualification, we would recommend looking our graduate programme opportunities instead.
We can only accept one scheme application per candidate. Applying for more than one scheme could mean that you won't be considered for your preferred choice.