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Apprenticeships and Paths to Employment

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Wandsworth Lifelong Learning offers various routes to training and employment including apprenticeships, employabiliy projects, work experience and internships

Apprenticeships

Apprenticeships are work-based training programmes for current and future employees aged 16 to 23. Wandworth Council Apprenticeship scheme can help you decide which Apprenticeship programme is suitable for you. All apprentices will gain a national vocational qualification, fucntional skills in English, Maths and IT and, in some cases, a technical certificate.

An Apprenticeship will take between 1 - 2 years, at a minimum of 30 hours per week.

There are 3 stages in our recruitment process:
*Application Form
*Open Day (initial assessments covering Maths, English and IT and group tasks)
*Interview

For more information click on the links to the right, contact us on 020 8871 8627/8957 or email Ashley Redman at aredman@wandsworth.gov.uk

Benefits of Apprenticeships to employers:

  • Apprentices stay longer within a business
  • The scheme motivates staff and increases job satisfaction
  • Generates overall productivity
  • Recruitment is easier when training package is offered
  • Apprentices get skills and knowledge to do a better job
  • Can develop future managers from within the organisation
  • Helps business to remain up-to-date
     

Employability Projects for Young People

We offer a range of initiatives for young people not currently in education, employment or training:

Work Experience and Internships for Young People

BEST is the Education Business Partnership for Wandsworth working closely with school and college students. BEST brokers relationships with businesses to support employability skills and runs a large work experience programme.

BEST Awards evening held on Tuesday 4th November at Ernest Bevin College. The photograph shows some of the employers who have been recognised and congratulated for their support of the Work Experience and Internship programmes.  The main speaker for the evening was Brian Maynard from the St. James’ Group. The St. James Group won the Partnership Award for their valuable contribution over the past year.

For more information please view the BEST section of the Lifelong Learning website, or contact Ellie Boorer on 020 8871 8630 or email eboorer@wandsworth.gov.uk

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