Apprenticeship training now offers a wide and exciting variety of occupational apprenticeship standards from Level 2 through to Level 7. Middlesbrough Community Learning part of Middlesbrough Council, delivers apprenticeships in the following occupational areas:-
• Business Administration
• Operational Delivery Officer
• Customer Service Practitioner
• Support in Teaching & Learning in Schools (Teaching Assistant)
• Team Leading
• Leadership & Management
• Junior Content Producer
• Events Assistant
• Human Resources Assistant
• Health and Safety Officer
• Rehabilitation Officer (Visual Impairment)
• Environmental Conservation
• Local Environmental ServicesThe Benefits of Apprenticeships: Individuals and Employers:
• Apprenticeships provide individuals with an opportunity working with an employer; earning a salary and achieving recognised qualifications, whilst gaining valuable workplace skills and experience.
• All apprentices are involved in a wide range of tasks allowing them to gain the experience they need to become successful in their chosen career.
• In 2016/17 there were over 900,000 individuals participating in apprenticeships in the UK, with workplaces using the apprenticeship programme to attract new talent, re-skill existing staff and tackle skill shortages.
• Apprenticeship employers can gain talented apprentices to help their business expand, in-conjunction with training and progressing their existing workforce.Entry requirements:
• You can start an apprenticeship programme from the Age of 16
• All candidates for new vacancies must attend the apprenticeship recruitment centre before shortlisting and interview by the employer.
• Good GCSE Grades in Maths and English or equivalents are desirable, especially for level 3 and above apprenticeships.
Rate of pay/holidays
• The National Minimum wage for an apprentice in their first year of an apprenticeship is £3.70 per hour
• Allocated holidays per annum plus statutory Bank HolidaysHow do I apply?
All Middlesbrough Council Apprenticeship vacancies are advertised on both the National Apprenticeship Vacancy and Middlesbrough Community Learning websites. Please click on one of the web sites to access -
https://www.gov.uk/apply-apprenticeship or http://www.mcls.ac.uk/apprentices.html
If you would like to discuss any vacancies or need further information
Telephone 01642811414 Carole Thorpe or Email: carole.thorpe@maes,ac,uk or alternatively Kevin Sedgwick 01642 811427 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org