Are you an employer in Scotland looking to build your IT skills and capacity?
We offer Graduate Apprenticeships in Cyber Security, and Software Development. Cyber Security is available at both undergraduate and postgraduate level.
Funded by Skills Development Scotland, our Graduate Apprenticeships are available to existing and new employees aged 16 years and over, who live and work in Scotland and are in a relevant role.
You can use Graduate Apprenticeships to upskill your existing workforce or attract and develop new talent.
Our unique delivery, using online distance learning, minimises time away from the workplace and allows for the immediate application of new skills and knowledge.
Working in partnership with the Open University in Scotland to develop our employees through Graduate Apprenticeships provides a fantastic collaborative platform.
This gives our staff the opportunity to develop new skills and knowledge in cyber security on an ‘earn while you learn’ basis, and enables true progression from Modern to Graduate Apprenticeship all the way to postgraduate level.Steve Erskine, DXC Technology
Director High Secure Hub and Erskine Delivery Centre Site Lead
DXC Technology's Steve Erskine and Lauren Ross, and Suzanne McQuade of The OU in Scotland, talk about the Graduate Apprenticeship scheme:
Read more about DXC Technology's participation in Graduate Apprenticeships with The OU.
The Open University is delivering a Graduate Apprenticeship in Cyber Security to employees at Capgemini in Inverness. Read more.
Marie Hendry, Depute Director (External Engagement and Partnerships) and Janet Hughes, Staff Tutor (Computing and Communications), both of The OU in Scotland, talk about the Graduate Apprenticeships offered:
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