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Traineeship in IT with Microsoft

QA have successfully secured funding for ages 19+ so they are now able to accept candidates age 16-24 onto their Traineeship programmes.   

Microsoft are currently looking for ambitious individuals who want to gain experience within the Technology and Business Sector.

This will be a fantastic and once in a lifetime opportunity to gain four weeks of work experience as part of the QA Traineeship programme, at Microsoft's UK Headquarters.

If you know any young people between 16-24 who may be interested please contact: Louise or Raj contact details below.

 QA are holding interviews now for this opportunity in readiness to put candidates forward for the assessment day in September. QA are holding Recruitment Days on Friday 18th August and Wednesday 23rd August 1.30pm till 4.30pm at the QA Learning centre in Reading, for their Microsoft opportunity.

All candidates put forward for Microsoft would need to be available on Thursday 7th September for the Assessment Day.

If successful they will then need to be available to start the programme from Monday 18th September. 

This is a full time 12 week Traineeship programme and candidates need to be committed Monday to Friday, with a potential start date in September.

Outline of the QA 12 week Programme.

  • 4 weeks coaching and Training at QA Learning centre in Reading
  • 4 weeks Work Placement with Microsoft
  • 4 weeks coaching and Training at QA Learning centre in Reading

This is a fantastic opportunity to help young people reach their future potential and can be used as a stepping stone to secure an apprenticeship.

To find out more please view the attached flyers for QA Traineeship and Microsoft.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Louise Turner or Raj Vasir
01753 898741 (Louise) 01753 898 733 (Raj)
07884 866962 (Louise) 07826671228 (Raj)
QA Microsoft Tech Traineeships

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Recruitment days 18th & 23rd August. Assessment day 7th September
Session Information
Traineeship starts 18th September

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