Cyber Security Technologist
A Cyber Security Technologist apprenticeship is a great way to learn the ropes of Cyber Security and start your career in an exciting and fast-moving digital industry. Working under supervision, the Cyber Security Technologist apprentice will be maximising the understanding of security concepts and technology and how to mitigate risks arising from threats. If you are interested in technology, good at communication and patient. In 18-24 months, you can be qualified and working in this field... so why wait!
Why you should do a Apprenticeship with LVC
Here are four points to convince you!
LVC employs qualified tutors to maximise your learning.
LVC provides lessons online, allowing you to learn even if you not near to our campus.
Our programs cover a wide range of areas, providing you with a large breadth of knowledge.
High rate of success
LVC has a 100% success rate on our apprenticeships
A Cyber Security Technologist Apprenticeship is a key progression into becoming a Cyber Security Technologist. This will require the dedication of 18-24 months of a learner's time, which should be considered when you apply.
A Cyber Security Technologist Apprenticeship will see you working for a business, performing Cyber Security Technologist services for them such as understanding security concepts and technology as well as how to mitigate risks arising from threats.
As well as dedicated days of learning at the college, you are effectively being taught how to be a Cyber Security Technologist through practical experience in the workplace and through lessons provided by the college by tutors.
As an Apprentice, you are paid for the work you are doing and how much is dependent on your employer.
Typical Jobs you can apply for:
Cyber operations manager
Cyber risk analyst
As this is a level 4 Apprenticeship, you are able to learn while you earn and can negotiate your wage up to £18,000 per year.
You will have a Skills Coach (SC) and a Digital Programme Coordinator (DPC) assigned to support you throughout your apprenticeship.
DPC will contact you every other week to discuss your progress about Knowledge module training progress to check whether you are understanding the training and also discuss about your work placement opportunities to gather evidence for your Summative portfolio.
The Skill coach will work with you to develop your portfolio of evidence for End Point Assessment. He / She will support you to gather evidence for various workplace projects.
Both will support your employer (Technical line manager) to complete your Employer Reference, a document which highlights key competency and behaviours you have demonstrated for the final assessment as part of the End Point Assessment.
In every one-to-one session, we will set up an action plan with SMART targets for you to complete, so that you can progress your apprenticeship smoothly and achieve your apprenticeship as LVC planned.