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Find out what support is on offer.
Apprenticeships are paid jobs which include training, so you’ll gain a nationally recognised qualification too.
To apply for an apprenticeship you must live and work in England, be aged sixteen or over and not be in full-time education.
Telford & Wrekin Council has supported more than 200 people to gain qualifications through apprenticeships since 2017.
Currently, we have apprentices working towards qualifications in social work, civil engineering, project management, housing, adult care, business administration and more.
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Policy and Development Apprentice
Short Breaks Coordinator
Search for an apprenticeship with us
All Telford & Wrekin Council apprenticeship opportunities are advertised online, visit the WMJobs website to search and apply.
Search for a national apprenticeship
Other organisations advertise their apprenticeship opportunities online, visit the GOV.UK website to search and apply.
National Careers Service
Visit the The National Careers Service website, they can help you make career decisions throughout your life, at any age, to help you get the job that is right for you.
Visit the GOV.UK website to find out how to become an apprentice, what apprenticeships are available, which employers offer them and information about starting your apprenticeship.
If you need help and advice about apprenticeships with Telford & Wrekin Council, please get in touch with the Organisational Delivery and Development team by email email@example.com.