Apprenticeships at the London Borough of Bexley
If you want to learn how to do a job, gain skills and qualifications and get paid at the same time, then a work-based learning apprenticeship is the choice for you.
Currently Bexley are working with apprenticeships in the following vocational areas:
- Business administration
- Information and communication technology
- Customer Services
- Teaching and learning support
- Building Control
- Youth work
Applicants combine their on-the-job learning with college attendance and assessor visits in the work place. All apprentices work towards NVQ level 2 or 3 qualifications.
Level 2 apprentices are employed on a fixed term 12 months contract and receive a salary of £6496.80 per annum.
Level 3 apprentices are employed directly on a fixed term contract for the duration of the qualification which is generally 18 months and receive a salary of £11,369.40 per annum.
Level 3 Apprenticeship in Surveying/Building Control
Duration: 2 year fixed term contract
Department: Building Control (Regeneration, Communities and Customer Services)
Qualification: NVQ Level 3 Surveying (Building Control) Level 3 Apprentice
Location: 2 Watling Street, Bexleyheath, Kent DA6 7AT
Reports to: Building Control Manager
Hours: 36 per week
Closing date: Friday 11 September 2015
Interview date: 23/24 September 2015
Apprenticeships in the construction industry, electrical or plumbing vocational areas are not available with the London Borough of Bexley.
Please visit Apprenticeships for further information about apprenticeships.
Who can apply?
At present local training providers are able to deliver apprenticeship frameworks for 16-23 year olds.
If you are 24+ and can find a local training provider who is able to offer you apprenticeship training, please contact us about applying for any of these vacancies. Graduates are not eligible for funded apprenticeship training.
Priority will be given to Bexley residents.
To apply, please use our apprenticeship online form, with the name of the vacancy you wish to apply for. Alternatively, download the pdf version, complete and return it to the address given on the application form.
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