Our technology apprentices help us deliver our content in different ways as well our serving our business internally while working towards a nationally recognised qualification.
Apprenticeship length: 12 months
Qualifacation required: None
Qualification achieved: Diploma in ICT Professional Competence
Appications status: Currently closed for applications
We were the first European newspaper to develop a website in 1994, and our audience online have the same values as our core print audience, turning to our brand for trusted insight throughout the day.
The rise of social media has meant that content is now available 24/7 and visitors to Telegraph.co.uk are hungry for this live information. As well as developing more than 100 Twitter feeds and a dedicated Facebook page, we also use live online blogs to cover all major events giving up-to-the- minute news and developments.
With the continued rapid adoption of smartphones and faster connection speeds, mobile has become a significant channel
through which users can access our content. Today, our mobile site attracts more users than any other quality news site in the UK.
The first iPad Telegraph app was launched in 2010. Since then, we have developed the app and added more and more content. Today,
the app includes the editor’s pick of national and world news, sport, finance, comment and features.
We have mobile apps available for download on both apple and android devices. The apps were re-launched in 2012 and now include full web content, 700 editorial sessions, personalised interfaces, live market data, the ability for offline reading, embedded multimedia, breaking news push alerts and the exclusive right to show Barclays Premiership video highlights. We were the first UK business to develop an app for the Windows 8 platform.