BBC follows apprenticeship trend


By Melissa Lesh

12 March 2014 at 11:46 BST


The British Broadcasting Company (BBC) is looking for three legal services apprentices to join its legal department.

The BBC is looking for apprentices to join its legal department. Gil C

The BBC will start the two-year Advanced Apprenticeship program in September 2014. Recruits will receive both academic instruction from the Chartered Institute of Legal Executive (CILEx) Level 3 courses and hands-on experience working with the BBC legal team.  The BBC’s new positions are part of a new wave of legal services apprenticeships at firms like Addleshaws and Pinsent Masons with the government seeking to provide more “school leaver” roles within a number of groups including  the legal profession.  

 
   
 
 
 

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