RETHINK YOUR FIRST STEP…
We’re building bright futures through our wide range of apprenticeships.
We welcome the fresh ideas and energy that apprentices bring. If you’re 16 years old or over and keen to develop useful and relevant skills and start making a real difference for the future of Buckinghamshire, this could be perfect for you.
We offer opportunities in areas as diverse as ICT, Business & Administration, Customer Service and Youth Work. Whichever area you join, the benefits will be the same.
You’ll have the chance to earn a salary while gaining valuable, hands-on experience. Plus, you’ll get to study for a nationally-recognised qualification, like an NVQ, together with paid holidays. Our apprenticeships generally last between 12-18 months, with time out of the workplace for study and assessments. During that time, you’ll also have our continual support and guidance.
We only ask that you’ve left full-time education and that you have the right to work in the UK.
Our Christmas event award winners with Chief Executive, Rachael Shimmin, and Chairman Mrs Patricia Birchley
Humah (Corporate Business Support Apprentice):
“After GCSEs I wanted a break from school and the A level route, and I wanted to learn real- life skills. The apprenticeship allows me to study in work time, so leaves my evenings and weekends free!”
Jennifer (Registration Service Apprentice):
“I completed A’ levels, didn't want to go to University but wanted to keep learning and getting qualifications. I’m a practical person and like learning by being hands-on, so an apprenticeship was ideal.”
Hamzah (Corporate Business Support Apprentice):
“My apprenticeship has improved my confidence and has shown me how to be more professional. It has helped me gain key experience in different areas of the business.”
Sophia (Equalities Apprentice):
“I wanted a job with lots of variety and opportunity to develop my skills and learn new ones. My apprenticeship has given me so much confidence in and outside of work, and I have been lucky enough to travel to places I would never have been otherwise!”
Matt (Environmental Enforcement Apprentice):
“My apprenticeship is learning in a real work environment and I have no problem balancing my study and my work role. I’ve gained so much confidence and even been involved in the successful prosecution of fly-tippers!”
From building crate towers to navigating a low ropes course, apprentices get to test out their problem solving and team working skills at the Annual Away Day held at Green Park. Watch this video to find out what happened on their day...
We work with South East Apprenticeship Company to recruit and employ our apprentices. To apply for one of our apprenticeship vacancies, please go to South East Apprenticeship Company website.