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Apprenticeship Resources

If you are searching for an Apprenticeship, you may find the following resources useful:

Essex Opportunities - Apprenticeship Hub
The Apprenticeship hub support young people seeking apprenticeships offer face-to-face and virtual support to 18-to-25-year-olds in Basildon, Castle Point, Harlow and Tendring.

They publish Essex Careers – Your guide to local employment and skills
Please follow our link to the first edition of the Essex County Council Careers Guide - Issue 1
• Find sector spotlights on construction and health & social care.
• Find out about local apprenticeships, work placements and provision.
• Plus, tips and advice for interviews and Linked In.

ACL Essex
Provides information for apprentices and employers, including local events and latest apprenticeship vacancies. Also information on accessible apprenticeships.

Amazing Apprenticeships
Is a first-rate website which includes a wealth of resources, events and webinars. Although it is primarily aimed at schools, colleges and parents - the content is really good and relevant to all. These is an excellent section called ‘Amazing Employers’ where you can research companies in career sectors that you are especially interested in.

Is a HM Government resource to help you find out how to become an apprentice, what apprenticeships are available, which employers offer them and information about starting your apprenticeship. You can also browse apprenticeships in your chosen sector and area.

RateMy Apprenticeship
Is a great jobs resource for young people seeking apprenticeships. The have industry guides, employer reviews and details careers options information. They have also put together a Guide to Careers Options 2023 /2024 to support school and college leavers to help better understand and map out their future. Inside, you’ll find everything you need to know about the career options available to you, and how to get there. The guide also features the Best 100 Apprenticeship Employers & Best 50 Training Providers 2023, as voted for by 1000s of apprentices across the UK. A Guide to Career Options 2023 / 2024

Aim Group
Has some good resources about apprenticeships with live vacancies advertised on their website. They can sometimes match young people directly into opportunities (especially in the Business Admin/ IT sectors). They also offer additional support to young people and parents as well as free school/ college engagement. They have a regular blog which is updated frequently.

Lifetime Training
Is an apprenticeship training provider offering vacancies across Essex in hospitality, leisure, health and social care and childcare. You can also browse and set up alerts for apprenticeships in your chosen profession and area.

Talentview is the place to find first jobs, apprenticeship and work experience and be seen by employers looking to hire.

Talentview Construction
Is your launch pad for an amazing career in the construction industry.

Entry to work - Working for Essex
Whether you are just starting to think about your career options, searching for your first job, want to gain professional qualifications, you’re looking for a change of career or to return to work following a break, our entry-to-work routes aim to support everyone.

Redundancy Support Service for Apprentices
To support those apprentices who have been made redundant or think they might be, Apprentices can call 0800 015 0400 to get free impartial advice, find new opportunities and access local and national.

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