Do you want to become an Apprentice?

If you’ve got a good idea of where you want to go with your career and like the idea of earning while you learn, an apprenticeship could be for you.  Alternatively if you have been working in your role for some time and would like to accredit the skills and competency you have gained, then an apprenticeship can give you a recognised qualification.

Apprenticeship programmes are available in the following career paths via ALS:

  • Customer service
  • Administration
  • Retail
  • Management / team leading
  • Providing financial services 
    (general insurance)
  • Providing financial services
    (banking)
  • Contact centre
  • Distribution & warehousing
  • Learning & development
  • Care

 

ALS apprentices enjoy a number of benefits, which include:

  • Earning a wage whilst training for a career
  • Achieving a recognised qualification linked to their selected career choice
  • Learning real skills over a period of time - it’s about showing competency on-the-job rather that studying for a one off examination

 

An apprentice needs to be:

  • Aged 16+
  • Working five days per week in your company (maximum 40 hours)
  • Employed on an Apprenticeship contract
  • Paid a minimum of £3.50 per hour (for at least the first year of their apprenticeship, then, if applicable, receive an hourly rate of pay which is in line with the national minimum wage)
  • Allowed to complete an industry recognised qualification

 

Find out more information on our Apprenticeship vacancies.

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