Story Homes Apprenticeships offer an excellent opportunity to school leavers to advance their career in the construction industry. If you don’t want to go to college or university but still want to continue with your learning Apprenticeships are a credible alternative allowing you to gain experience, skills and qualifications.
What do Story Homes Apprenticeships involve?
Story Homes Apprenticeships combine on the job training with academic study. Throughout your Apprenticeship with Story Homes you’ll gain experience whilst working alongside industry experts enabling you to develop your skills and your academic study will open opportunities for you to acquire industry specific qualifications.
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Story Homes currently offer two different Apprenticeship opportunities in bricklaying and joinery. Bricklaying apprentices will use a variety of techniques and tools to accomplish a range of responsibilities such as working from plans and specifications, spreading, removing and mixing mortar for laying bricks, cutting bricks and repairing and maintaining bricks.
Joinery apprentices need to have a head for heights, at times you could be working on top of stilts or ladders, you’ll also work from plans and specifications, estimate height, length and width proportions when building stairs, mantles and cabinets. Apprentices could be working with a range of products such as wood, fibreglass, plastic and drywall and joining materials with nails, adhesive, staples and screws.
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What do I need?
There are no specific qualification requirements for a Story Homes Apprenticeship however GCSEs at A*-C do help. Story Homes look at the attitude apprentices portray towards safety at work, a passion for hard work and practical skills, the ability to work well as part of a team and organisational skills.
Are you ready to join a company that is going places?