Apprenticeship Vacancies


Apprentice Kwami Thompson is working on housing regeneration scheme in Holbeck
Apprentice Kwami Thompson is working on housing regeneration scheme in Holbeck

Would you like to learn a trade? Maybe as a software developer, nursery nurse, chef, or in retail sales? Opportunities to take up an apprenticeship in these sectors are available now in Leeds.

Apprenticeships are open to anyone over 16 and you are paid a wage while learning on the job and at college. You will be given support from your employer during your apprenticeship and they are a great way to start to a successful career.

Download the list of current vacancies here: Leeds Apprenticeship Vacancies – 21st April 2014

To apply for any of positions listed you should go to the Apprenticeships website. You will need to register your details to create a log in, then click on the ‘apply now’ button or search for the relevant vacancy listed on the sheet.

You can also get help from the Leeds Pathways website. If you are looking to start an apprenticeship in September, you should be applying in the next month.

Councillor Lucinda Yeadon, Leeds City Council executive board member with responsibility for leisure and skills said:

“A key priority for the council is getting young people into work. An apprenticeship offers a great starting point where you can earn while you learn the new skills that are required by your employer now and build the foundation for your progression. Many young people go on to complete a higher level apprenticeship, degrees and professional qualifications.

“We have a large number of apprenticeships available across the city, and we want to make sure we are communicating with as many young people as possible, so these opportunities are not missed.”

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