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Production Trainee Scheme

Are you a creative leader of the future? If you are passionate about working in the media, and think you have the talent to do great things in broadcasting, then the Production Trainee Scheme (PTS) could be for you. Covering all aspects of television, radio and online production, this intensive one-year traineeship could be the first step into an exciting career. Applications will open in the autumn of 2017.

An appetite for production: meet this year's trainees and apprentices

This year’s production trainees and apprentices have begun work placements across the BBC, on productions ranging from EastEnders to Woman’s Hour

BBC Production Trainee scheme 2016: What's next?

Scheme manager Ellena Stojanovic shares what's next for waiting applicants to the BBC Production Trainee scheme

Being a production trainee in TV

Four TV production trainees discuss their journeys into the industry and the broad benefits of their television production training.

Being a production trainee in radio

Four radio production trainees discuss their experience, their feelings about their placements and offer tips and advice for those looking to apply.

Ex-trainee takes innovation award for grime doc

We caught up with Sam, a graduate of 2009’s Production Trainee Scheme, to find out how he made BBC Radio 1's "first truly multiplatform documentary"

Extend: Hints and tips for disabled applicants.

Here's how to get your application for Extend just right and why you should not be put off if you feel that you may be too inexperienced or shy

Former Production Trainee keeps his cool while broadcasting to 9.5m people

Mog McIntyre thought he'd left his days of discussing white goods far behind him when he joined the BBC, but Radio 2 presenter Chris Evans had other ideas

Former Trainee Carlene Morlese at Crimewatch

Carlene Morlese, BBC production trainee, writes on conquering her fears at Crimewatch.

Former Trainee Farah Jassat: The Muslim Premier League

BBC production trainee Farah Jassat writes about the thrill of getting her first credit and learning about football on the BBC Three documentary.