LCP Graduate Scheme
We expect big things from the graduates we take on each year. We will only choose you if we think you have what it takes to progress quickly, to qualify as a fully-fledged professional and hopefully to carry on to become a partner here at LCP.
Fortunately there is plenty we can do to help you at every stage of your development to help you achieve this.
- Our graduate training programme lasts three years, and features a series of scheduled training sessions. These cover a wide range of areas of professional expertise as well as in-depth technical training. At the same time, we'll give you training in a variety of non-technical areas to help you develop your management and presentation skills.
- As a consultancy, a key part of our work involves presenting advice and ideas to our clients in a way that is clear and easy to understand. We realise that for some, this will be a new experience - and possibly a daunting prospect! But there's no need to worry. Our training programme is specifically designed to help you develop the skills and confidence you need to be a successful consultant. And initiatives such as "LCP speaking club" and "LCP Xtra" offer additional opportunities for you and your peers to practise your presentation skills in-house before you put them to the test in front of clients.
- Of course, much of your training will be on the job, and we make sure this is structured to offer you the widest possible experience in all aspects of what we do. Finally, we have an in-house mentoring system, so there is always someone you can ask if anything seems unclear. You'll be amazed at how quickly you'll be putting what you learn to good use in your everyday work.
- Strong communication skills and the ability to work well in a team
- Minimum 2:1 honours degree (or equivalent). We welcome graduates from a wide range of disciplines who are prepared for the high level of mathematical content the actuarial training and profession delivers
- An A-grade in A-Level mathematics (or equivalent)
- Good A-Level grades in other subjects (a total of 320 UCAS points is desirable)