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Middlesbrough Council
PO Box 439
Middlesbrough House
50 Corporation Road
01642 727088

Middlesbrough Council - Apprenticeships

As part of Middlesbrough Council – Middlesbrough Community Learning offer Apprenticeships in the following occupational areas:-

• Business Administration
• Customer Service
• Environmental Conservation
• Local Environmental Services
• Support in Teaching & Learning
• Team Leading
• Leadership & Management

The Benefits of Apprenticeships
• Apprenticeships provide people with an opportunity to work for a real employer; to earn a salary and gain a recognised qualification, whilst gaining valuable workplace skills and experience.
• All apprentices will be involved in a wide range of tasks that will allow them to gain the experience they need to become successful in their chosen career.
• More than 100,000 employers in over 160,000 workplaces currently use Apprenticeships to attract new talent, re-skill existing staff and tackle skill shortages.

Entry requirements
• You can be an apprentice from the Age of 16 - 24
• Good GCSE Grades in Maths and English (Desirable)
• Acceptance onto the programme will be subject to successfully completing an initial assessment and interview.

Rate of pay/holidays
• Government training Apprenticeship rate £3.40 per hour
• Allocated holidays per annum plus statutory Bank Holidays

How do I apply?
All Middlesbrough Council Apprentice vacancies are advertised on the National Apprenticeship Vacancy Matching Service and Middlesbrough Community Learning website. 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 Ann White - 01642 729678 or Email: ann.white@maes.ac.uk
Or alternatively contact Wendy Healy on 01642 811412 or email wendy.healy@maes.ac.uk

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