Apprenticeships are open to anyone aged 16 or over living in England and not taking part in full-time education. Whether you're just leaving school or college, or just want to try something new, an apprenticeship could be for you.
Apprenticeships provide on-the-job-training – typically 4 days a week in work and 1 day a week in college. You'll earn while you learn, getting valuable workplace experience and studying for a nationally-recognised qualification.
Entry requirements are flexible because apprenticeships aren't just based on academic achievement. Practical skills count and so does your interest in the area of work you've chosen.
Thurrock Council apprenticeships
We offer apprenticeships in a wide range of roles.
Take part in our online Apprentice Recruitment Event on Thursday 5 November 2020 – check out how to apply and the types of apprenticeship we offer.
There are many special benefits for apprentices at Thurrock Council.
Apprenticeship opportunities are advertised on our council job vacancies page.
If you're aged between 16 and 19, or up to 25 with special educational needs, our careers advice service can offer you apprenticeship help and support.
Go to GOV.UK: apprenticeships more general information, including: