Discover Go‑Ahead London’s Recruitment and Training Academy
Come along to one of our Walk-In Recruitment Events and speak with a member of our friendly team. We have vacancies available at garages across London.
Help provided to complete online applications.
Immediate results on pre-employment assessments.
On the spot interviews.
No upper age limit.
You will need to have held a full UK car licence for 6 months or more and have no more than 6 penalty points.
NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY!
Our Walk-In Recruitment Days are taking place at two of our locations:
New Cross Bus Garage, 208 New Cross Rd, London SE14 5UH
Wednesday 8th February from 09:00 - 16:00
(Find New Cross Bus Garage here)
Recruitment & Training Academy, 1 Warner Road, London, SE5 9LU
Friday 10th February 08:30 - 16:30
(Find our Recruitment & Training Academy here)
A Day in the Life Go-Ahead London Bus Driver - Saskia
Go-Ahead London Apprenticeships - Andrew's Story
Go-Ahead London - Talk with Ashley
Are you interested in becoming a Bus Driver
for Go-Ahead London?
Are you looking for an employer that offers realistic opportunities for progression
If so, please click here to apply online now!
Find us here
Go-Ahead London Recruitment & Training Academy
No. 1 Warner Road
Tel: 020 7819 5200
What is an apprenticeship?
An apprenticeship is a paid job with an accompanying learning
programme. The job must provide the employee with the opportunity to gain the knowledge, skills and behaviours needed to achieve the apprenticeship and carry out the role they are employed to do. It is a way for individuals to earn while they learn, gaining valuable skills and knowledge in a specific job role.
What are the prerequisites/entry criteria to do an apprenticeship?
Entry requirements depend on the sector, the apprenticeship
subject and prior qualifications, if an applicant has already
achieved A-levels, they may still be expected to start at
intermediate or advanced level as some sectors, such as
engineering, require you to build up occupational skills.
Am I too old to do an apprenticeship? Aren’t
apprenticeships for young people/school
Apprenticeships are for everyone, at any age. There is no upper age
limit for becoming an apprentice, and so it is open to anyone over
the age of 16 to develop their skills and capability in the workplace
in order to progress.
What is an apprenticeship standard?
It’s like a school syllabus or curriculum. It provides the criteria
against which you will be measured at end-point assessment.
Upon completion of the apprenticeship scheme you will receive a nationally recognised qualification and will be invited to attend a graduation ceremony.
Click the below image to see our graduation ceremony video.