Register your Interest: TFL Apprenticeship Programmes 2019/2020
Employer:Transport For London
Transport for London
Influencing the life of London
With a population of over 8.6 million and more than 17 million visitors every year, London is a city that’s always on the move. Transport for London (TfL) is responsible for looking after the intricate planning and everyday operation of the Capital’s transport system. Our people make sure that millions of residents, workers and visitors arrive safely at their destinations, day in, day out.
The right move for you
All our schemes involve working on projects where you have responsibility from the start. Whichever area of work you choose to apply for, you can expect support, training and development worthy of one of London’s largest employers. What’s more, we’ll encourage you with your professional studies, ensuring your career journey with us is as challenging, rewarding – and fulfilling – as possible.
We offer 3 different levels of apprenticeships:
- Advanced Apprenticeships, Level 3
- Higher Apprenticeships, Level 4 and Level 5
- Degree Apprenticeships, Level 6
Apprenticeships TFL will be recruiting for include:
• General Management Apprentices- level 6
• Transport Planning- level 3
• Business Analyst- level 4
• Cyber Security- level 4
• Software Development- level 4
• Commercial Property- level 6
• Finance- level 4
• HR- level 5
• Building Services- level 6
• Building Surveying- level 3
• Civil Engineering- level 3 and 6
• Rail Signalling Design Engineering- level 3
• London Underground- level 3
• Project Controls- level 3
• Project Management- level 4
• Rail for London Infrastructure- level 3
• Trams Engineering- level 3
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About the employer
From the famous red buses and black cabs to the Tube, TfL is responsible for virtually every mode of transport in the city - and its story goes back a long way, as last year marked the 150th anniversary of the worlds first underground railway service.
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