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Wednesday, March 06, 2019

Cyber Security, IT: Management for Business and Software Development Graduate Apprenticeships (Scotland) | Apprenticeship - The Open University

The Open University offers Graduate Apprenticeships in Software Development, IT: Management for Business and Cyber Security to employers in Scotland, says The Open University.
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The apprenticeships are funded by Skills Development Scotland and are available to new and existing employees 16 years of age and over.
We offer four work-based learning programmes:
  1. BSc (Honours) IT: Software Development (Graduate Apprenticeship)
  2. BSc (Honours) Cyber Security (Graduate Apprenticeship)
  3. BSc (Honours) IT: Management for Business (Graduate Apprenticeship)
  4. MSc in Cyber Security (Graduate Apprenticeship)
Your organisation can utilise these new programmes to plug crucial digital skills gaps and ensure you have the talent to manage future technological changes.

Through tutor-supported online learning, apprentices can flex learning around their work schedule, reducing time away from the workplace. Skills learnt as they progress through the programme are immediately embedded into the workplace, giving an almost instant return on investment.

Apprenticeships help organisations to:
  • Attract and develop new talent
  • Upskill and reskill existing staff – improving performance and retention
  • Develop a more dynamic and productive workforce
  • Register your interest today to find out more.
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