What qualifications do I need to work for BT Openreach?
Skills you need You don’t need any previous engineering experience or qualifications to join our trainee engineer programme. We’ll provide you with world-class training and you’ll always be supported by your manager and your team.
How do you get a job at Openreach?
In order to apply for an Openreach engineering role you must:
- Have a full driving licence with no more than 6 points.
- Be able to work at heights and in confined spaces.
- Not be colour blind.
- Have experience, or an aptitude for, telecoms or engineering; particularly electrical.
Is working for Openreach a good job?
Overall great place to work with good benefits and progression. Good salary, overall good work life balance, each day is different. Only downside is the way the business is changing and the work contracts, not like they used to be and the managers are under stress/not paid enough which comes down to the engineers.
How long is Openreach training?
I have learnt a whole new skill set in telecoms engineering, working with a large range of test equipment this involves 10 weeks on site training in Openreach’s training facility and a further 12 months on the job training helped by coaching and training courses, there is plenty of opportunity for extra training on …
How long does Openreach training take?
You’re a hands-on learner. Ready to become a trained engineer in seven weeks. You’re bored of offices.
Is Openreach training hard?
The training process can be quite challenging considering a high amount of new joiners have never experienced anything like this before and it seems like you are thrown in the deep end when coming out of training and going live.
How long is Openreach engineer training?
You’re a hands-on learner. Ready to become a trained engineer in seven weeks. You’re bored of offices. It’s time to hit the road in an Openreach van.
What makes a good Openreach engineer?
To be a competent Openreach Engineer you must be capable of communicating with customers whilst they are at work or in their home; enjoy the feeling of helping people to resolve their problems or issues that could occur with their broadband, phone, or network; and be prepared to demonstrate outstanding customer service …
Is Openreach a hard job?
Great place to work Management are great, work hard but work with a great group of people.
How long is BT Openreach training?