The 13th National Apprenticeship Week runs from 3 to 9 February with the aim of raising awareness of apprenticeships and apprentices. The Education and Skills Funding Agency launched the campaign, ‘#LookBeyond’ in 2020 to encourage the celebration of diversity in apprenticeships and the benefits they bring to individuals and their organisations.
This year, the Foreign & Commonwealth Office is encouraging those who may not have previously considered an apprenticeship at the FCO to find out more. As part of the outreach campaign, some of our FCO apprentices have shared their experience of working and learning.
Watch short videos of FCO apprentices talk about their roles
Four FCO Apprentices, past and present, talk about there experiences working in the Foreign & Commonwealth Office.
Christopher: Level 3 Business Administration apprenticeship graduate
Being a Foreign Office Apprentice: Christopher’s interview
Shaquielle: Level 3 Business Administration apprenticeship graduate
Being a Foreign Office Apprentice: Shaquielle’s interview
Katie: Level 7 Finance apprentice
Being a Foreign Office Apprentice: Katie’s interview
Kimberly: Level 3 Business Administration apprenticeship graduate
Being a Foreign Office Apprentice: Kimberly’s interview
Read short blogposts from our apprentices
Find out more about apprenticeships at the FCO
In recent years, we have recruited apprentices in Business Administration, Communications, Human Resources, Finance (Accountancy) and Commercial Procurement. FCO apprenticeship opportunities continually evolve and this month, our very first Cyber Security apprentices will join the organisation.
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