Buckinghamshire County Council Apprenticeships provide exciting opportunities for you to get a head start on your career. Is classroom-based learning not for you? Do you prefer learning by doing? If so, a Buckinghamshire County Council Apprenticeship could be right up your street.
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What do Buckinghamshire County Council Apprenticeships involve?
Buckinghamshire County Council Apprenticeships involve a work-based training programme that enables you to combine both academic study with on the training allowing you to gain a broad range of highly sought skills, a nationally recognised qualification and vital experience relevant to the industry you’re keen to pursue a career in. Do you want to make a difference to the future of Buckinghamshire while earning and learning? An Apprenticeship with Buckinghamshire County Council could be the perfect route for you!
There are an extensive range of Apprenticeship opportunities available at Buckinghamshire County Council which includes the following:
- Business Support,
- Transport and the Environment,
- Information Technology,
- Customer Service
An Apprenticeship with Buckinghamshire County Council is a great way for you to gain credible qualification such as an NVQ while gaining the vital experience required to fulfil your responsibilities in the workplace. Not only will you receive a salary, but you’ll also get paid holidays. Buckinghamshire County Council Apprenticeships generally last between 12-18 months.
Throughout your Apprenticeship with Buckinghamshire County Council you’ll receive a wealth of support from your employer, colleagues and learning mentor who will encourage you to reach you full potential through exposure to learning and development opportunities.
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