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Bristol City Council

About this organisation

Bristol City Council Apprenticeships provides an exciting opportunity for you to get a head start on your career while earning and learning. Do you want to enter employment but also want to continue learning? An Apprenticeship with Bristol City Council could be the perfect route for you.

What do Bristol City Council Apprenticeships involve?
Bristol City Council Apprenticeships offer a range of training opportunities which combines on the job training and academic study enabling you to kick-start your career while developing highly sought skills, real life work experience and a nationally recognised qualification. There are a wide range of Apprenticeship levels which includes the following:

Intermediate Apprenticeship (Level 2)
Advanced Apprenticeship (Level 3)
Higher Apprenticeship (Level 4 onwards)

Bristol City Council offer a range of Apprenticeship opportunities which includes the following areas:

Business administration
Customer service
Sports coaching
Health and social care
Human Resource Management

On site Bristol also offer a range of opportunities within the construction industry, Apprenticeships include:

Painting and decorating
Electrical installation
Bench joinery
Plumbing and gas engineering
Building surveying

As an apprentice with the Bristol City Council you’ll be encouraged to work alongside a former apprentice who will mentor you, be involved with apprentice specific training and e-learning courses. During your Apprenticeship with Bristol City Council you’ll receive a wide range of support throughout while also being encouraged to grow personally and professionally. Ready to begin your journey into the world of work?

Bristol City Council recruit apprentices in March during the National Apprenticeship Week and in July where you’ll be starting in September.
Type: Unitary authority
Founded: 1974
Industry: Council
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