Das Auszubildendenleben bei Fujitsu

Wir würden uns freuen, wenn Sie die nächste Generation unseres Unternehmens würden - einem Unternehmen, das neue Technologien entwickelt, die Grenzen der Digitalisierung erweitert und die Art und Weise mitgestaltet, wie wir unser Leben leben. Unser Ausbildungsprogramm gibt Ihnen die Möglichkeit, zu lernen und gleichzeitig Geld zu verdienen, und bietet eine breites Spektrum verschiedener Lehrstellen, aus denen Sie wählen können.

Wir unterstützen unsere Auszubildenden dabei, hervorragende Leistungen zu zeigen. Zudem bieten wir Ihnen die Gelegenheit, sich neben Ihrer gewählten Aufgabe in diversen spannenden Aktivitäten einzubringen, und empfehlen unseren Auszubildenden, die ihnen angebotenen Gelegenheiten zu nutzen, um sich von Anderen abzuheben.

Was möchten Sie werden?

Übersicht über das Ausbildungsprogramm

Unser Ausbildungsprogramm ist eine Mischung verschiedener Lernmechanismen. Sie verdienen Geld, während Sie lernen, verpflichten sich für einen national anerkannten, professionellen Abschluss und erlangen berufsspezifische Kompetenzen, indem Sie mit erfahrenen Kolleginnen und Kollegen von Fujitsu zusammenarbeiten. Darüber hinaus bieten wir Ihnen ein pastolares Programm, um Sie während Ihrer Ausbildung in Ihrer gesamten Persönlichkeitsentwicklung zu unterstützen. Wir bieten drei Ausbildungslevel in einem breiten Spektrum von Aufgabenbereichen.

Außer bei Ihrem Ausbildungsanbieter zu lernen, werden Sie Teil des Auszubildendennetzwerks bei Fujitsu. Das Ausbildungsprogramm unterstützt Sie dabei, sich auf verschiedene Weise weiterzuentwickeln und so Ihre Zukunft zu gestalten.

01 Meet & Greet

Jedes Jahr nominieren wir Auszubildendenbotschafter, die Apprentice Ambassadors, die im „Apprentice Academy Board“ sitzen. Entweder kurz bevor Sie sich uns anschließen oder kurz danach werden sich die Apprentice Ambassadors mit Ihnen treffen, um sich als die freundlichen Ansprechpartner vorzustellen, die Ihnen dabei helfen, sich in unserem Unternehmen zurechtzufinden. Sie bringen Sie in Bezug auf das Ausbildungsprogramm auf den neuesten Stand und stehen zu Verfügung, um alle Fragen zu beantworten, die Sie haben.

02 Einführung

Dies ist eine Gelegenheit, die anderen Auszubildenden kennenzulernen, die etwa zur selben Zeit wie Sie begonnen haben. Sie erhalten Informationen über Fujitsu und erfahren, wie Sie sich in das Unternehmen einfügen. Und, was das Wichtigste ist, Sie werden damit beginnen, Ihr Netzwerk aufzubauen, das Ihre Karriere bei Fujitsu untermauert.

03 Auszubildendenforum

Jedes Jahr bringen wir alle Auszubildenden des gesamten Unternehmens zusammen. Es wird von unseren Apprentice Ambassadors organisiert und ist eine großartige Gelegenheit, Ihr Netzwerk aufzubauen und durch verschiedene Aktivitäten mehr über unser Unternehmen zu erfahren. Dort werden hochrangige Stakeholder Vorträge halten und jene Auszubildenden würdigen, die ihre Ausbildung abgeschlossen haben, und sie werden den „Auszubildenden des Jahres“ ehren.

04 Lernen wahrzunehmen und zu reagieren (Sense & Respond)

Dieses eintägige Modul vermittelt Ihnen das Wesen dessen, was Sense & Respond bedeutet, und es stellt zentrales Denken vor sowie Möglichkeiten, Verbesserungen für den Geschäftsbetrieb zu erkennen, die Sie innerhalb Ihres Einflussbereichs vornehmen können. Es wurde im Hinblick darauf konzipiert, Sie dazu zu inspirieren, positive Veränderungen zu bewirken, Ihre Erfolge zu teilen und die Anwendung des Gelernten durch ein punktebasiertes System im Rahmen der verschiedenen Ebenen der „Sense & Resond“-Anerkennung zu belohnen.

05 Wettbewerb „Verantwortungsvolles Unternehmen“

Sie werden in Kleingruppen mit anderen Auszubildenden eingeteilt und beauftragt, im Laufe einiger Wochen so viel Geld wie möglich für unseren Charity-Partner zu sammeln. Sie müssen schnell als Team zusammenarbeiten, einen Plan entwickeln und verfolgen, Ihr eigenes Budget aufstellen und sich mit Stakeholdern austauschen. Der Wettbewerb endet mit einer Abschlussveranstaltung, bei der jede Gruppe hochrangigen Stakeholdern vorstellt, was sie erreicht hat, und den Teams mit der besten Leistung Preise verliehen werden.

06 Lernen, anders zu sehen, zu denken und zu handeln

Dieses Modul baut auf Ihrem Verständnis und der Anwendung von dem im vorherigen Modul behandelten Sense & Respond auf und vertieft dieses Wissen. Diese eintägige Veranstaltung ermöglicht es Ihnen, Ihr Wissen und Ihre Erfahrungen im Hinblick auf die Herausforderungen des Geschäftsalltags zu erkunden, zu verstehen, was für Ihre Kunden wirklich wichtig ist, und sich ein Bild davon zu machen, was in End-to-End-Prozessen passiert. Sie wurde im Hinblick darauf konzipiert, Sie in die Lage zu versetzen, positive Veränderungen innerhalb und außerhalb Ihres eigenen Einflussbereichs Wirklichkeit werden zu lassen, Ihre Erfolge zu teilen und die Anwendung des Gelernten durch ein punktebasiertes System im Rahmen der verschiedenen Ebenen der „Sense & Resond“-Anerkennung zu belohnen.


Bewerbungsprozess

Depending on the level of apprenticeship you apply for we have different application processes to help us assess your future potential. If you require any reasonable adjustments to allow you to perform to the best of your ability just let us know.

Advanced / Higher


Step One: Online application & CV


Step Two: Telephone interview


Step Three: Face to face interview

Degree


Step One: Online application & CV


Step Two: Psychometric tests


Step Three: Video interview


Step Four: Assessment center

Gedanken unserer Auszubildenden

Kelsey Jones

Digital & Technology Solutions
Degree Apprentice

I would describe the culture as supportive and flexible. The majority of my colleagues are always happy to help and teach me things.

What do you love about working at Fujitsu?

I believe there are no limits here. I want to exceed my potential and have an incredibly successful career- I feel I'm on my way to achieving that. I also have a fantastic support network here – people I see as family. I moved across the country for this role, so that's really important to me.

What is a typical day like for you?

A typical day would start with coming into the office for 8AM, doing general admin and preparing for the day. On my current account, the focus is around IT infrastructure and development. I normally have multiple meetings and leave the office at round 4PM. After work I will either to go the gym or attend a university webinar.

What made you apply to Fujitsu?

I read Fujitsu's degree advert online, I liked how flexible it was with different specialisation routes. At first I didn’t apply, but a few weeks later my father and I had to take a detour through Winchester. Driving through the city, we fell in love with it and I tried to recall where I had read the name ‘Winchester’ before. I finally realised it was the advert for Fujitsu’s Degree Apprenticeship scheme at the University of Winchester.

What training do you receive on the programme?

My BSc (Hons) in Digital and Technology Solutions is my main form of training. Other than my degree, my managers are very supportive of me undertaking external courses and qualifications that help me in my role.

What is the company culture like?

I would describe the culture as supportive and flexible. The majority of my colleagues are always happy to help and teach me things. I am fortunate enough to have incredibly supportive managers who encourage me to always be the best I can be.

Tadiwanashe Chatukuta

Assistant Software Developer
Manchester, UK

I've always been interested in computers and technology. And I wanted to work for a company where my input would have a real life impact on other people's lives. Fujitsu brought those two things together.

What do you love about working at Fujitsu?

It is a very supportive environment. In the short time I've been here, I already know I can rely on everyone in the office. No matter how small or big my question is, people are always willing to taking their time and help.

What is a typical day like for you?

It varies depending on my projects. One day I could be reviewing code, reading up on documentation or writing code. The next day I could be participating in meetings or spending time learning from my mentor. So it's rarely the same from one day to the next.

What made you apply to Fujitsu?

I've always been interested in computers and technology. And I wanted to work for a company where my input would have a real life impact on other people's lives. Fujitsu brought those two things together.

What training do you receive on the programme?

Each joiner is given a learning path that ensures you gain all the necessary knowledge required to contribute towards projects. On top of that there are various other external courses you can apply for – it doesn't have to be work related, it could be a hobby.

What is the company culture like?

There's always the chance to be involved in something – team meals, drinks and fundraising events. I recently joined the gym and everyone has been very supportive, encouraging me to never give up and cheering me on when I reach certain milestones.

Matt Dawson

Digital & Technology Solutions
Degree Apprentice

I was looking for a large corporation that was full of opportunities but also full of challenges.

What do you love about working at Fujitsu?

I love the flexibility of my job. As an apprentice in a large company, I thought I'd be chained to a desk for a set amount of hours, but I’m not. I can choose my study days, which allows me to be more productive for both Fujitsu and my academic studies.

What is a typical day like for you?

Usually, I get in, catch up on emails, eat breakfast and then get ready for the day. With the work I’m currently doing, I don’t have many meetings, so a large part of my work is in my office, but it can also be done at home, again, giving me flexibility.

What made you apply to Fujitsu?

I was looking for a large corporation that was full of opportunities but also full of challenges. And I wanted to avoid moving far afield to build my career, so Fujitsu was the ideal choice.

What training do you receive on the programme?

I get role-specific training, such as Agile Development, as well as general apprentice training like Creative Presenting. Most of my training is already proving useful in academic studies and work life.

What is the company culture like?

For me, the culture is welcoming, open and understanding. Fujitsu drives for good change in society, and you can see this through the diverse mix of people working here.

Niamh Day

Business and Administration
Advanced Apprentice

Following some research about Fujitsu, I realised it's a company with good core values and is incredibly advanced in terms of technology.

What do you love about working at Fujitsu?

I love working for Fujitsu because it’s a company that genuinely cares about their employees. They're supportive and enthusiastic about helping me develop further and start a great career.

What is a typical day like for you?

I get to the office at 8am every morning and finish by 4:30pm. My role means that I do lots of data input/administrative tasks – however there's many other opportunities available. I get to network with apprentices throughout the day on my breaks, and there is a real sense of community.

What made you apply to Fujitsu?

I discovered my apprenticeship role on NotGoingToUni.com . I wasn’t looking for a particular role, I was interested in something related to business administration to get me started in a career. Following some research about Fujitsu, I realised it's a company with good core values and is incredibly advanced in terms of technology.

What training do you receive on the programme?

When I first started with Fujitsu, my training was focused on understanding what I would have to do in the office on a day-to-day basis. Once I was comfortable with this, I began my apprenticeship training which includes lots of self-study and online research towards my qualification.

What is the company culture like?

I’ve found people to be very approachable and willing to help. Senior managers used to seem scary when I first started, but I quickly became more comfortable approaching people if it would help me with a bit of research for my role.

Sarah Gillespie

Software Development
Higher Apprentice

Fujitsu really encourages new employees to develop their skills and knowledge.

What do you love about working at Fujitsu?

Fujitsu really encourages new employees to develop their skills and knowledge. For example, when I completed my Level 3 ICT apprenticeship I had the opportunity to take a foundation degree in Software Development. I’m really enjoying it and I know it's already benefiting our customers too.

What is a typical day like for you?

I work in a shared services team which supports a lot of different applications. So a typical day is responding to issues with applications, investigating and fixing them. A fix might be a quick email or it might be checking a whole database or code to find errors.

What made you apply to Fujitsu?

I always had an interest in IT but hadn’t pursued this in school - I trained as a pharmacist instead. After a few years in practice I realised the IT sector was where I really wanted to work. I saw an apprenticeship with Fujitsu as a great opportunity to make this happen.

What training do you receive on the programme?

About 20% of my time is dedicated to my studies, so I attend a course one day per week with a local college. There's also lots of online courses, and I have access to mentorship and training from other members of my team.

What is the company culture like?

It's inclusive and collaborative here. And there's plenty of opportunities for people to improve.

Parents and Teacher Zone

Fujitsu values the importance of bringing in early careers talent to the organisation. This talent will be the future of the company and we use apprenticeships as a way of growing our critical employee skills for the future.

With the rising costs of going to university an apprenticeship is a way for your child or student to reach their full potential whilst earning a salary all safe in the knowledge that they are starting out on an exciting career path.

At Fujitsu we offer three types of apprentice pathways.

  • Advanced (2 years in length, equivalent to A-Levels)
  • Higher (2 years in length, equivalent to foundation degree)
  • Degree (4 years in length, equivalent to full degree)

What is an apprenticeship?

Apprenticeships allow apprentices to combine work and study by mixing on the job training with classroom learning. They’ll be employed to do a real job while studying for a formal qualification, usually for one day a week either at a college, university or an online training provider. By the end of the apprenticeship, they’ll have gained the skills and knowledge needed to either succeed in their chosen career or progress onto the next apprenticeship level.

Anyone over 16, living in the UK and not in full-time education can apply for an apprenticeship.

Extra Support

In addition to studying for their apprenticeship, they will also be placed on a development programme that will allow them to build and develop their business and soft skills. We’ll also provide them with a buddy and a mentor so at each step of their apprenticeship and beyond they will have a strong support network around them.

Who funds the apprenticeship?

Apprentices do not pay anything towards their apprenticeship. Fujitsu will pay for the apprentice’s training as well as paying them a salary. This means there are no tuition fees to pay!

What are the advantages of an apprenticeship for a young person?

There are many advantages to doing an apprenticeship, these include but are not limited to:

  • Earning whilst learning.
  • Achievement of professional qualifications.
  • Stepping into employment earlier also means there’s lots of potential for progression within a career quickly.
  • You can achieve a degree without getting into debt

Where will the apprentice study?

We work in close partnership with a number of institutions to offer a wide range of apprenticeships. This includes, major universities, colleges and specialised apprentice training providers.

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