Applicants must be a minimum age of 18 years old in the first year of the apprenticeship, but there is no maximum age for applicants. Our current cohort consists of some apprentices in their 20's and 30's.
Yes, if unsuccessful we will provide reasons why. Constructive feedback will help improve yourself and increase employability in the future.
Applications open every year in March, and close at the end of May
Yes we do, however they would be subject to the interview process like other applicants.
Yes, you can.
Successful candidates will initially be offered a fixed term contact. On successful completion of the Level 4 Apprentices and providing you meet all of the first-year objectives you will be offered a permanent role at Crimson as a Junior Microsoft Consultant.
Yes, you can. Visit the Apprenticeship Scheme page for more information for those who already have a degree.
5 GCSE's (A-C), and you must be a minimum age of 18 years in the first year of the apprenticeship.
Level 4 takes 12-18 months, depending on how long you take to collate the required evidence for your Level 4 portfolio. You then have the option of moving onto Levels 5/6 and completing a degree apprenticeship, which takes a further 2 years to complete.
If you are successful and you accept your offer, you will then sign contracts and receive your Crimson welcome pack ready for when the apprenticeship starts in September.
The apprenticeship includes a comprehensive onboarding schedule to introduce the new cohort to both Crimson and Digital Native. All apprentices are each assigned a mentor, a buddy and a coach, and will be introduced to each business area to understand how Crimson works.
We offer support and can tailor the scheme to your needs, however contact us for specific information.