The competition is tough to get on the Journalism Trainee Scheme and you’ll need to prove you have what it takes, but if you can make it through you’ll get the best start for a career as a broadcast journalist.
If you’re a school or college leaver with good grades in maths and science the Technology Apprenticeship offers you the chance to get a university degree in Broadcast Engineering courtesy of the BBC and to help shape future innovation in broadcast technology.
Do you want to get behind the scenes making programmes? Are you full of ideas and enthusiasm? If so, you’re the kind of person we’re looking for to join the Production Talent Pool.
Are you passionate about the media and looking for a way to get started? If you’d like to work in broadcasting and you don’t have a degree, take a look at our Production Apprenticeships and Production Coordinator Apprenticeships. They could be your first step.
For those with a little experience in production management at a junior level, the Production Management Trainee Scheme is there to take you to the next stage. Through a range of placements and training you’ll gain the skills to become a production coordinator or gallery production coordinator.
If you have a disability, check out the Extend scheme for a variety of work placements across the BBC. You’ll get full training and support and there are positions in all parts of the business, from accounts to technology, journalism to production.
If you’re a graduate in computing, engineering or a related subject, why not embark on a career in broadcasting through the Technology Trainee Scheme? You’ll come away with a masters degree and a CV-load of industry experience.