Apprenticeships in Nottinghamshire

Let The Big Event help you find a career in the public sector

Come along to The Big Event on Thursday 16 February from 2pm - 4.30pm at Mansfield Central Library (official opening at 2pm) and find out more about career opportunities in the public sector.

Working in the public sector offers a number of benefits including decent pay, excellent pension, good annual leave and other benefits including professional career development.

Find out more about the event and how to register.


Learn and earn with an apprenticeship

Apprenticeships offer a great way for young people aged 16 to 24 and adult learners to train in a real job, gaining a real qualification and laying the foundations for a successful future.

By learning, working and earning you'll get the skills and work experience to land the job you really want.

When you decide to take up an apprenticeship, you will:

  • earn a wage
  • gain new qualifications and skills
  • gain valuable work experience.

How to apply

Find out more about becoming an apprentice, how it works and see current apprenticeship vacancies at Nottinghamshire businesses, including apprenticeships with the Council.

Success stories from local apprentices

Find out how some local apprentices are getting on at businesses around Nottinghamshire.

Hire an apprentice: why apprenticeships work for business

Apprenticeships can help to grow your business and you can help to nurture local talent and meet young people who want to earn and learn.

Find out what local businesses who have hired apprentices have to say.

Fuse - the new graduate programme which connects talented graduates with dynamic small businesses

Calling all graduates: Fuse Programme

The Fuse programme offers a wide range of job opportunities in multiple sectors and provides development and networking opportunities for the graduates and businesses.

The process will mirror a corporate graduate scheme including video interviews, assessment centres and training. All applicants will get personalised development feedback, even if they aren’t offered a job within the programme.

Apply by 7 August 2016.

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