Aseptic Pharmaceutical Specials
37.5 hours per week
£13,278.40 per annum + bonus and lots of perks
A 3 year advanced engineering apprenticeship with up to 70 places available to start September 2017.
A record number of apprenticeships were taken up in Wiltshire this year with 6,440 people signing up for the schemes smashing the original campaign target of 5,600.
This newsletter intends to provide an update of Apprenticeship news and activities locally.
Young people looking to take the next step in their careers are being invited to find out all they need to know about apprenticeships at a special open day this Saturday.
Megan Mounty from Trowbridge who has been shortlisted for a national award for her work as an apprentice at Wiltshire Council.
It is not uncommon for local businesses to struggle in their search for able young workers, but help is at hand.
September's Edition of the Education, Employment and Skills (EES) Performance Dashboard and Apprenticeship Dashboard.
Delighted to partner in a £3.9m Big Lottery project, offering supported skills development, training and employment
Building Bridges is a partnership of 41 organisations that has come together to deliver the Building Better Opportunities Programme across Swindon and Wiltshire, led by Community First.
Nearly all employers will only have to contribute 10 per cent to the cost of an apprenticeship from April 2017.
Year 10 pupils at St. Augustine's Catholic College in Trowbridge were told about the value and benefits of apprenticeships during a careers day earlier this month.
Get In Go Far is the government’s new advertising campaign designed to inform and inspire young people to consider apprenticeships, traineeships and work experience as valid and credible routes to a rewarding career. It also aims to increase interest and demand from employers in running apprenticeship programmes.
Malmesbury Area Community Trust is a local charity which supports deserving causes within the Malmesbury Community Area.
A campaign led by Wiltshire Council to boost awareness of the important role of apprenticeships is progressing well with a business engagement programme now underway.
By bringing together new approaches to practice, a commitment to professional development and award-winning offices, the council has created a progressive working environment for staff
The first Project Impress HR event to help develop the Wiltshire workforce and improve staff retention has been hailed a success.