Apprenticeships are a great way to launch your tech career as you are paid from day 1 of your training and have support from Makers, as well as your employer, throughout your journey.

On this page, you can register to join our apprenticeships pool, which means you'll be the first to be notified when companies are hiring for roles that suit your preference based on the criteria you list on the form below.

We'll be working with a number of exciting employer partners, who are offering both Software Development and DevOps apprenticeships. We look forward to receiving your application to join our candidate pool to be first in line for interview.

We are currently recruiting for February 2022 starts. 

 

*Please note that we reserve the right to close this campaign at any time

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS



  • Who is Makers?

    At Makers, we are creating a new generation of tech talent who are skilled and ready for the changing world of work. For the past seven years, we’ve trained 1800 people to become fearless and agile developers, whilst working with 300+ leading businesses. Our mission is to transform lives by integrating education and employment.


    The Makers Bootcamp is a life-changing training program which rewires the individual’s approach to learning, builds confidence, and unlocks new skills. At Makers we understand that modern software environments are collaborative and innovative which is why we produce developers who can contribute to the team in a meaningful way.

  • What is the process?

    Stage One:  Registration
    After registering and telling us your preferences we will email some activities to complete on CodeAcademy.  Once completed you need to complete a Coderbyte timed assessment.  If successful you will join our pool and be the first people to hear about future apprenticeship cohorts.

    If unsuccessful we will provide you with some coding resources to continue building on your skills to be accepted in the future. 

    Stage Two:  Makers Interview
    We'd love to meet you and find out about what employers are right for you.  We will conduct 121 interviews and provide feedback to get you ready to meet our hiring partners.

    As apprenticeship cohorts open for 2022, you will be first in line to be interviewed for these opportunities once these stages are completed.

    Stage Three:  An interview with a potential employer
    Our Hiring Partners will review CVs and feedback from Makers to select a shortlist of candidates to interview.

  • What are the dates?

    The apprenticeship cohorts will start in various dates in 2022. Once a window opens you will be invited to book an interview with one of our Selection Coaches.  

    We have the following confirmed cohorts for 2022:
    • 21st February 
    • 18th April 
    • 6th June
    • 25th July
    • 19th September
    • 24th October
    • 28th November

  • I have a holiday booked. Can I take days off from my apprenticeship training?

    Unfortunately, we can't allow for annual leave during your Bootcamp course dates. We need you to be present for the entire course due to the pace of learning. However, Makers will close on any Bank Holidays that fall within the course dates.

  • I haven't been living in the UK/EU for 3 years. Can I still apply?

    In order to be eligible for the apprenticeship opportunity, you either have to have lived in the EU or the UK for the last 3 years, or have refugee status in the UK.

  • Do I need a degree?  I have a degree!  Can I still apply?

    In order to be eligible for the apprenticeship opportunity,  you need to be learning new knowledge and skills.  We strongly welcome all candidates from all education backgrounds, but you don't need a degree to be selected.  If you have studied computer science at degree level you will not be eligible, but if you've studied Engineering/ Music Tech or something else you are still eligible.  You can always check your degree/ educational background with us at interview.  

  • I don't have GCSEs. Can I still apply?

    You can apply without GCSEs (or their international equivalent), but if you don't have them, please note that you will need to pass the GCSEs in Maths and English while you are on your apprenticeship placement.