Kent County Council Apprenticeships are a great way for you to further your career while you earn and learn. Are you looking for an alternative to university or college? Looking to get a head start on your career? An Apprenticeship with Kent County Council could be the perfect route for you.
What do Kent County Council Apprenticeships involve?
Kent County Council Apprenticeships are an ideal pathway if you have a clear vision of the route you’re looking to pursue. With an Apprenticeship at Kent County Council you’ll receive on the job training and academic study which enables you to develop your career while you’re gaining industry specific skills, real life work experience and a nationally recognised qualification which is relevant to the industry you’re passionate about forging a career in.
Kent County Council offer a wide range of Apprenticeship opportunities for you to kick-start your career from roles within business administration, construction, health and social care plus many more. If you’re looking for an exciting opportunity which will help you to advance your career then an Apprenticeship with Kent County Council could be the answer you’ve been looking for.
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There are a variety of benefits to starting your career with a Kent County Council Apprenticeship which include:
- Earn a wage while you train – £144 per week during your Apprenticeship
- You’ll be working towards gaining a practical and theoretical qualification about your industry and English or maths if you don’t currently have them
- A mentor in your department who will support you throughout your Apprenticeship
- Access to Kent County Council training programmes
- Progression routes in your career
During your Apprenticeship with Kent County Council you’ll have a real job with real responsibilities while gaining exposure to learning and development opportunities so you can advance your career through practical training and learning.