BBC Get In event - Local Apprenticeship Scheme, BBC Radio Sheffield
Saturday, 3 May 2014 from 10:00 to 13:30 (BST)
Sheffield, United Kingdom
Are you interested in finding out more about the BBC’s new Local Apprenticeship Scheme?
Do you want to put your town on the map, while earning and learning and getting your career off to the best start possible?
Are you a non-graduate?
If the answer is “Yes” then come along to the BBC's Get In event on 3rd of May 2014, at BBC Radio Sheffield.
You will get to meet BBC Radio Sheffield staff, get to know how BBC Local Radio works and how to apply for the BBC's newest and biggest apprenticeship scheme.
We will be able to answer all your questions including when applications will open, how to apply, what we’re looking for and what to expect if you got a place on the scheme. More details are available at www.bbc.co.uk/las
Book your ticket and tour now and join us Saturday 3 May 2014, pick from two time-slots: 1000-1130 and 1200-1330.
Places are limited so book now!
The BBC is offering 45 paid apprenticeships in local radio stations across the UK as part of a pledge to open up the BBC to people from a wide range of backgrounds. Applications are open 14 April - 12 May 2014 and successful candidates will work and train as Apprentice Broadcast Assistants in local radio stations in England, Wales or Channel Islands and Apprentice Content Assistants in Scotland and N. Ireland.
We are looking for applicants who are:
- creative, resilient, hard-working and passionate about what they do, with a mature outlook.
- news aware, and interested in current affairs.
- knowledgeable about their local area and interested in local news.
Other events will be held elsewhere in the UK later in April.
Please note that we WILL NOT be discussing any other BBC apprenticeship schemes at this session as we have separate events planned for these later in the season.
When & Where
Mike's the Deputy Editor of BBC Radio Sheffield and looks after the day-to-day running of the station. He'll give you a look behind the scenes and can answer questions about careers across the BBC as well as in local radio