Do you have a passion for Software? Are you ready to kick start your development Career? Baltic Training and Applied Digital Marketing are delighted to be recruiting for a software development apprentice to join their team of developers!

About the Employer

Formerly Smart Arts, Applied Digital Marketing rebranded in 2015 and ever since have been helping companies with driving interest, visitors and sales. They offer a range of services such as Website Design, Digital Marketing, Graphic Design and App Development. Applied Digital Marketing now have a fantastic opportunity for an inspiring development enthusiast to join their team of developers.

Salary, Hours, Benefits

  • £10,000 per annum
  • Monday – Friday (37.5 Hours per week) 9.00AM – 5.00PM
  • 20 days holidays plus bank holidays
  • Social days out
  • Access to extra training resources
  • Get extra holidays over the Christmas period

There are career progression opportunities available upon completion of the programme. You, along with your employer, may progress to a Level 4 programme, and take your training even further.


  • Working with the members of teams on projects for various clients
  • Development of websites, web apps, mobile apps etc
  • Testing applications and keeping a detailed log of all actions
  • Adhering to best practices and company standards
  • Diagnosing technical matters with clients

Skills Required

  • Passionate about a career within Software Development
  • Basic knowledge of coding is essential
  • Has a keen eye for attention to detail
  • Able to use own initiative
  • Willing to listen and learn

Training to be Provided 

If you are successful in securing this role, you will be enrolled onto one of our apprenticeship programmes. Follow the link below for the programme applicable to this role:

We’re always looking for enthusiastic people to add to our talent pool: at Baltic, we believe people are more than a list of skills, so even if you don’t feel like you tick every box – get in touch with us! Our apprenticeships will teach you all the skills you need to succeed anyway!

Location & Travel

This role is located on a busy office park within Huddersfield. With very easy access to local public transport links from wider areas. The closest train station is only a short walk away. There is also car parking in the surrounding area for those who drive.


Due to funding requirements, there is specific candidate criteria that applies to this apprenticeship opportunity. In order for our employer to offer this vacancy they must be able to draw down full government funding for the position. As such, only candidates aged 16 – 18 will be eligible to apply for this vacancy. However, as we work with a range of employers who do not require full government funding to offer apprenticeship opportunities, please visit our website: to discuss and apply for alternative apprenticeship opportunities.

Full Government funding rules and regulations can be found here: sec E93

Why choose an Apprenticeship?

Apprenticeships are a great way to get the qualifications and experience needed to start your career. Combining technical training with work experience, becoming an apprentice is the first step to a recognised career path. The digital sector will only continue to grow and an apprenticeship with Baltic will enable you to join this diverse, fast-moving and exciting industry, putting you at the forefront of tomorrow’s world. If you’re ready to earn more, start your apprenticeship with Baltic Training today, apply below.

About Baltic 

Baltic Training are one of the only apprenticeship training providers that offer a completely tech-focused, tech-driven training solution. We help people transform their knowledge and passion into skills that employers need.

If this sounds like the role for you, get in touch! Once we receive your application, one of our team will be in touch to help you with the next stage. In the meantime, if you want to get a head start on the other applicants, expand your knowledge with the links provided!


A residency eligibility applies to this vacancy.   You must be a British or European Economic Area (EEA) citizen and have been resident in the UK or EEA country for the past 3 years.  Residency rules and some exceptions can be found here (clause P305)