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  • Step Up?
  • The Programme?
  • Stem ambassador – volunteering
  • Key GE training
  • i2i
  • Keep core rotationsThen add: these can change at any time, we constantly review rotations to ensure apprentices are put in areas which will allow them to develop their skills individually
  • Check with Dion
  • Base on team charter
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  • Ops apprenticeship careers presentation.pptx 2 (2)

    1. 1. Agenda The Company The Apprenticeship Enrichment After the Apprenticeship 3 Higher Apprenticeship 2012 26/10/2011
    2. 2. THE COMPANY
    3. 3. About GE General Electric: One of the world’s largest companies Currently operate in over 100 countries Employ around 300,000 people. GE businesses in Technology Infrastructure, Healthcare, Energy, Capital, Home & Business Solutions. Founder: Thomas Edison, Inventor/Engineer, most famous for inventing the light bulb. 5 Higher Apprenticeship 2013
    4. 4. What we do at Bishops Cleeve GE Aviation (Systems & Power) Aircraft Systems including cockpit displays, electronic or avionic systems and electrical power management. 1800 employees most involved in a variety of manufacturing, engineering and engineering support roles. Recently opened a multi-million pound research and development Centre 6 Higher Apprenticeship 2013
    5. 5. THE OPERATIONS LEADERSHIP HIGHER APPRENTICESHIP SCHEME
    6. 6. What do I get? Foundation Degree in Leadership Capability (Coventry University) Personal Development with interactive development (Moodle) ILM accredited management course GE Higher Operation Leadership Apprenticeship Structured Mentoring from senior leaders Work placements in key operational roles of business STEM Ambassador 8 Higher Apprenticeship 2012 26/10/2011
    7. 7. 1st Year • Personal and Academic Development 1st year • Being Effective at Work • Performance and Quality 2nd year • Organisational Culture and Change Three placements, each for four months 3rd year 9 Higher Apprenticeship 2012 26/10/2011
    8. 8. 2nd Year • Managing Projects 1st year • Sponsoring Change • Communication In The Workplace Three placements, each for four months 2nd year 3rd year 10 Higher Apprenticeship 2012 26/10/2011
    9. 9. 3rd Year • Operational Management 1st year • Managing Human Resource • Six month project Two placements, each for three months Six month leadership position 2nd year 3rd year 11 Higher Apprenticeship 2012 26/10/2011
    10. 10. Operational Placements • Quality • Sourcing • Materials • Production Placements • Compliance • Accounts Coordination • Various site projects • Customer Program Management 12 Higher Apprenticeship 2012 26/10/2011
    11. 11. Basic qualifications 3 A-levels or equivalent at C or above Basic qualifications Ideally a business related qualification Desired characteristics /1 Relevant life/ work experience Desired characteristics /2 13 Higher Apprenticeship 2012 26/10/2011
    12. 12. Desired characteristics /1 Good communication interpersonal and organisational skills Good team player Basic qualifications Desired characteristics /1 Good problem solving skills Good time management Business and commercial awareness Desired characteristics /2 14 Higher Apprenticeship 2012 26/10/2011
    13. 13. Desired characteristics /2 • Well developed written and oral communication skills • Business acumen • Possess integrity • Able to deal effectively in demanding situations Basic qualifications Desired characteristics /1 Desired characteristics /2 • Show leadership capability, and show passion to lead teams 15 Higher Apprenticeship 2012 26/10/2011
    14. 14. Why not University? All course fees paid for by GE Work-related benefits (pensions etc.) Work experience with a major employer Opportunities for career progression 16 Higher Apprenticeship 2012 26/10/2011
    15. 15. Why not University? All course fees paid for by GE Work-related benefits (pensions etc.) Work experience with a major employer Opportunities for career progression 17 Higher Apprenticeship 2012 26/10/2011
    16. 16. Why not University? Starting salary of around £16,000 p.a. All course fees paid for by GE Work-related benefits (pensions etc.) Work experience with a major employer Opportunities for career progression 18 Higher Apprenticeship 2012 26/10/2011
    17. 17. Why not University? Starting salary of around £16,000 p.a. All course fees paid for by GE Work-related benefits (pensions etc.) Work experience with a major employer Opportunities for career progression 19 Higher Apprenticeship 2012 26/10/2011
    18. 18. Why not University? Starting salary of around £16,000 p.a. All course fees paid for by GE Work-related benefits (pensions etc.) Work experience with a major employer Opportunities for career progression 20 Higher Apprenticeship 2012 26/10/2011
    19. 19. ENRICHMENT
    20. 20. i2i development solutions i2i are passionate and enthusiastic learning & development professionals, working with major businesses in Leadership development, Change Management and Continuous Improvement skills. This training takes place off site at various locations around the UK, for two weeks in the second year 22 Higher Apprenticeship 2013
    21. 21. GE Women's Network • Gain further knowledge about GE Aviation from GE Leaders • Opportunities to visit other sites • Networking with colleagues • Interactive fun sessions • Guest speakers • Overview of change initiatives 23 Higher Apprenticeship 2013
    22. 22. Volunteering • • • • • GirlsGetSET Mock Interviews STEM Ambassador Career Fairs STEMworks (PHOTO OF OPS APPRENTICES VOLUNTEERING) 24 Higher Apprenticeship 2013
    23. 23. AFTER THE OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT APPRENTICESHIP
    24. 24. What’s next? After successful completion of the Apprenticeship, you will be expected to join the company in leadership role in a wide range of opportunities. 26 Higher Apprenticeship 2013
    25. 25. What now? For more information and to apply visit www.gecareers.com Operations Foundation Apprentice 27 Higher Apprenticeship 2012 26/10/2011

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