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Buckinghamshire County Council


“After GCSEs I wanted a break from school and the A level route, and I wanted to learn real- life skills. The apprenticeship allows me to study in work time, so leaves my evenings and weekends free!”


About this organisation

Buckinghamshire County Council are committed to making a real difference to the people and communities they serve. The council is responsible for safeguarding the vulnerable, creating opportunities, building self-reliance and keeping Buckinghamshire thriving and attractive.

Do you want an alternative to college or sixth form? Eager to enter the world of work? Buckinghamshire County Council have a range of work-based training opportunities for you to kick-start your career while earning and learning!

They offer Apprenticeships in the following industries:

Business Support,
Transport and the Environment,
Information Technology,
Customer Service
Type: Non-metropolitan council
Founded: 1989
Industry: Local Authority
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