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Equal Opportunities Monitoring

Guidance Notes

We aim to provide equality of opportunity to all persons regardless of their religious belief; political opinion; sex; race; age; sexual orientation; or, whether they are married or are in a civil partnership; or, whether they are disabled; or whether they have undergone, are undergoing or intend to undergo gender reassignment. We are committed to making our selection decision fairly and in accordance with equal opportunities principles. This means that we will not discriminate against applicants unlawfully. You are asked here to provide us with some personal information about yourself. We are doing this to demonstrate our commitment to promoting equality of opportunity in our boards across the UK. The information that you provide us will assist us to measure the effectiveness of our recruitment process. Your identity will be kept anonymous and your answers will be treated with the strictest confidence. We assure you that your answers will not be used by us to make any unlawful decisions affecting you.

Religion or belief

Please indicate below the community to which you belong
UK Boardroom Apprentice Host Boards are primarily based across England, with a few in Scotland and Wales. A number of the Host Boards have a UK wide remit. Applicants should factor in the location of the Host Board in their decision making.


Under the Equality Act 2010, you are disabled if you have a physical or mental impairment that has a substantial or long term effect on your ability to do normal activities. For additional information on the Equality Act 2010’s definition of disability please refer to the Equality Act 2010 guidance through this link Equality Act 2010 Guidance

Financial Support

There is no financial cost for the Boardroom Apprentice to undertake the programme. The programme will not usually reimburse travel costs to learning days, however if you have any financial hardship concerns and would like to discuss further please contact the programme at