- 1. Please give an overview of your role and what this involves on a day-to-day basis:
- 2. Have you learnt any new skills or developed existing skills?
- 3. To what extent do you enjoy your programme?
- 4. How well organised/structured is your programme?
- 5. How much support do you receive from your employer?
- 6. How much support do you receive from your training provider when working towards your qualifications?
- 7. How well do you feel that your qualification (through your training provider) helps you to perform better in your role?
- 8. Are there extra-curricular activities to get involved in at your work? (For example, any social activities, sports teams, or even professional networking events.)
- 9a. Would you recommend EY to a friend?
- 9b. Why?
- 10. What tips or advice would you give to others applying to EY?
Developing new features for a web application, fixing bugs, manual and automated testing. Collaborating with web designers, product owners and business analysts to problem solve clients needs.
Computer programming in various different languages, developed better communication skills as i need to explain what i am doing to tech and non-technical people. User experience design.
Working with a varied amount of people and collaborating with different teams to think out ideas and problem solve.
I lost track of my timeline and deadlines quite often, i think better support to keep me on track with regular check-ins would have helped.
As a whole team, i felt very supported to achieve my goals. I think i could've had more one-to-ones with seniors to help me.
During the catchup sessions with Makers, the coach was always very helpful, but these sessions were not very regular.
I learnt a lot my doing the qualification as there were some subjects i thought i had no interest in learning that i had to do, but actually found them very enjoyable and i'm now able to do these in my current role and become a fullstack developer.
We have a friday game session, weekly office day and after work social and monthly events.
There is a lot of learning opportunities and career progression with a lot of support from leaders and other colleagues.
Be yourself, not always having the experience is necessary as long as you show you have passion to learn, grow and challenge.
Higher Level Apprenticeship