L3 Data Apprentice (L3 Data Technician Programme) Are you looking to start your Data Analysis career within a supportive Leeds based company? If you're interested in the power of data, and want to learn on the job, we want to hear from you Baltic Apprenticeships work with friendly and exciting businesses in Leeds to recruit and train the next generation of data analysis professionals. We're looking for new apprentices to place directly within businesses on our Level 3 Data Technician apprenticeship programme. You will be working full-time within one of our specially selected companies, as an apprentice database technician, data support analyst, junior data analyst, or junior information analyst. Part of your time at work will include regular training sessions through our online SMART Classroom. Salary, Hours & Benefits: Full-time: the majority of our candidates work 37.5 hours per week (Monday - Friday) Competitive salary: Baltic Apprenticeships work with a range of employers willing to offer attractive apprentice salaries, some with additional benefits Holiday entitlement: all of our employers offer an attractive holiday entitlement, typically ranging from 20-25 days per year Working within a friendly, supportive environment with the opportunity to earn and learn Time specifically allocated to your training, including industry-recognised qualifications and personal development. Along with your employer, you may decide to progress onto our Level 4 Data Analyst apprenticeship upon completion of your Level 3 Location & Travel You will be based in Leeds with easy access to public transport links from wider areas Full training & support will be provided, including: Level 3 Data Technician qualification, completed over 15-18 months Learn about the importance of data to business and build the practical skills you need to thrive, including data gathering, data analysis & validation, and the distribution & dissemination of data. You'll learn about data formats, data architecture, basic statistical methods, simple data modelling, and algorithms. Training is delivered via a mix of 5-day technical training courses, competency workshops and hands-on projects. Regular support and review sessions with your Baltic Learning Mentor Designated Workplace Mentor Fully funded qualifications, with a wage on top. Desired Qualities, Skills & Knowledge Minimum Level 2 qualification in Maths and English (e.g. GCSE grade 4/C) Understanding of data and data analysis Strong maths skills Understanding of databases Hold a suitable Level 2 qualification in a relevant subject Next Steps If this sounds like the programme for you, get in touch Once we receive your application one of our team will be in touch to help you with the next stage of your application. Eligibility Criteria You must have valid UK residency status to apply for this role.
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