Whitebox Digital creates 60 six-month apprenticeships in Scotland to provide training or retraining for unemployed people. The apprenticeships will help develop the technical, personal and social skills to allow them to perform effectively in the workforce.
James Tadd became the face of the Daily Mirror Microsoft campaign as part of their drive to help 500,000 people into work over the next 3 years. James was one of the first Whitebox Digital apprentices when we launched our academy programmes in February 2010.
Whitebox Digital runner up in the South East Jobcentre Plus awards for 'Youth Employer of the Year' Given to employers demonstrating clear commitment and action to help young people back into work.