Pupils return to school on Tuesday 3 September. Year 7: 9.30-15.00. Year 8, 9, 10, 11 and 13: 13.00-15.00. Year 12: 10.30-12.20

LRC Apprentice

Level 2/3 Business and Administration Intermediate/Advanced Apprenticeship

5 days (37 hours) per week, term time only including 1 day at college
National minimum wage Under 18 £4.35 per hour, 18-20 £6.15 per hour, 21 and over £7.70 per hour

We have an exciting opportunity for someone to assist with the day to day running of the Learning Resource Centre by providing administrative support and front-line help to staff and pupils at the LRC issue desk. To become a successful member of this team you will have patience, a sense of humour and an ability to relate positively to young people. It is vital that you have outstanding attendance and time-keeping record, as well as a good standard of literacy and numeracy, excellent IT skills and a high degree of self-motivation.

What is an Apprenticeship?
“An apprenticeship is a fantastic opportunity for you to develop real life skills in the workplace while also studying at college. You will be situated with your organisation for 4 days of the week and once a week you will attend college where you will be completing workplace specific assignments.”

What does college work consist of?
“When you start your apprenticeship, you will be picking units of work that are finely tailored and only relevant to your workplace. The assignments consist of both written and evidence based work, where tasks that you complete at your workplace contribute to the completion of your college assignments.” 

What can I do after the Apprenticeship?
“Apprenticeships provide you with both workplace experience and a qualification, allowing you to take your future in many different directions. Some employers will offer their apprentices permanent placements, but you don’t have to take it. You can continue into a new workplace within your field or even progress further with a higher level apprenticeship or university.”

Jack Alderslade, Apprentice, Titus Salt School, 2016-17

Please contact Lynn Binns at Shipley College as soon as possible for more information – lbinns@shipley.ac.uk

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. All posts are subject to an enhanced DBS check. Proof of eligibility to work in the UK will be required

In line with the immigration Act 2016; the Government has created a duty to ensure that all Public Authority staff working in customer facing roles can speak fluent English to an appropriate standard – for this role the post holder is required to meet the Intermediate Threshold Level - The post holder should demonstrate they can:

  • Express themselves fluently and spontaneously with minimal effort and,
  • Only the requirement to explain difficult concepts may hinder a natural smooth flow of language.

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