The Lloyd's Apprenticeship Programme is part of our commitment to attracting talent to the insurance market.


Our first programme was launched in September 2013 and is particularly relevant to school leavers who are keen to pursue a career in insurance and eager to start work without a university education experience.

The programme gives school leavers the opportunity to begin their career in one of the world’s best-known organisations. Our 15-month Apprenticeship programmes are designed to empower you to progress in the world of specialist insurance. As you rotate across the business, you’ll gain a 360° perspective into what life is like at Lloyd’s. You could find yourself managing relationships with international regulators, helping underwriting specialists assess risks in a managing agent or analysing metrics for a cyber campaign. You could also work in some of our non- insurance teams, such as Procurement or Marketing.

Aimed at students who want to start working after their A-Levels or equivalent, the programme combines employment with the achievement of a level 3 Insurance Practitioner Apprenticeship, as well as an internationally recognised professional qualification with the Chartered Insurance Institute.

You’ll follow a structured programme with regular reviews, and will need to manage your time well to achieve excellent results in the timescales available.

Take our test here, to find out more about working at Lloyd's.

Applications for our 2019 apprenticeship programmes are now closed.

Apprentice collage


We have been speaking to a few of our current apprentices, who have shared with us some of their experiences so far on our apprenticeship schemes. Find out more below...

Courtney's story: An overview of the finance apprenticeship scheme

Lauren's story: First few months and settling into Lloyd’s

Lewis' story: The benefits of a mentor

Rob's story: An overview of the insurance apprenticehsip scheme

CII accreditation



The Lloyd’s Graduate Programme has achieved CII Continuing Professional Development accreditation and participation in the training enables delegates to claim CPD hours towards the CII member CPD scheme.

Discover risk

The Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) has launched a website called 'Discover Risk' aimed at people who are thinking about a career in insurance.

Go to the Discover Risk website



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