How to Apply
If you're interested in building the next generation of banking, developing your skills at the UK's largest digital bank and helping to develop cutting-edge technologies, we want to hear from you. Our biggest tip across our application process for LBG Apprenticeships is... just be yourself! If you share our vision, are eager to learn and can help push us forward, then we want you.
There are three stages in the application process:
Step 1: Application and Online Assessments
After you've completed an online application form, and if you're applying for a higher Apprenticeship (Level 4 and above), we may ask you to complete online tests to assess your strengths and mathematical skills.
Step 2: Interview
At this stage there will be a face-to-face, telephone or video interview. This is the final stage for all Level 2 and Level 3 apprenticeships and, if you are successful, we'll make you an offer. For Level 4 and above, we'll invite you to an assessment day.
Step 3: Assessment Day
Our virtual assessment day is made up of a further strengths based interview and a series of virtual challenges. If you’re successful, we’ll make you an offer to join the apprenticeship.
Let us know if you need extra support
We recognise that people are different and we've tried to make our application process accessible to everyone.
We value the unique differences that each of our colleagues bring to work every day. Together, we make Lloyds Banking Group stronger and the best bank for our customers. We're working hard to build an inclusive bank that reflects the diversity of Britain today.
1. Take some time to think about why
We want to know how you feel about our industry and why it interests you. And since our purpose is to Help Britain Prosper, we’d love to hear examples of how you live our values. Whether it’s your experience of volunteering or your ambitions to get involved in our charity work, how can you help us achieve our purpose while achieving yours?
2. Think about your strengths
Strengths-based interviews are a bit different from traditional assessments. We’d like to learn about what you’re naturally good at, so be prepared to show us how you do things across various exercises – on your own and with a group – on our assessment days.
3. Do what you can, when you can
Our video interview will ask you to answer a series of questions in a certain amount of time. But just because there's 45 seconds, don't feel you need to fill that time up. As long as you say everything you need to say, that's all that matters.
One last thing
Above all, we want to see the real you. We're not interested in perfectly performed responses and learned answers. We want to hear what you're truly passionate about, and why you believe our apprenticeship is right for you. So, be yourself!
If you have any questions about the assessment process, or want to talk to us about any special requirements, contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.