A combination of ‘on-the-job’ training and academic study is designed to support young people to really be able to make a difference to an organisation, whilst providing a real viable alternative recruitment route. It offers the chance to;
Apprenticeships are a fantastic way to welcome young non-graduates into your organisation.
- Take advantage of structured academic study which is designed to compliment a work-based placement
- Gain a nationally recognised qualification to aid progression
- Build a committed and loyal workforce
- Provide a genuine alternative to a university education
Who can do an apprenticeship?
Young non-graduates (aged 16-24) who live in the Host Boroughs (Waltham Forest, Tower Hamlets, Newham, Barking & Dagenham, Greenwich or Hackney) can take part in a CREATE Jobs apprenticeship.
We will match candidates to organisations based on interests and interview for each position. Remember, this is an opportunity which typically lasts a year and helps you to gain paid work as well as a qualification, so it will require your commitment. It is a great way to get industry specific skills in a real working environment and open doors in creative and cultural industry.
Young people can view current vacancies here
How can employers get involved?
Employers simply need to get in touch! We will work with you to ensure that you understand the Apprenticeship Framework, choose the right qualification for your business and access the support you are entitled to in order to help you deliver an effective placement that benefits both your organisation and the young person.
There is funding available to help with the cost of training an apprentice. We will advertise your opportunities through our networks and can provide a managed recruitment process from CV sifting through to interviewing if you’d like our help.
88% of employers believe that apprenticeships lead to a more motivated and satisfied workforce proving that this is a viable alternative recruitment option.
Employers - if you would like to take on an Apprentice, please email Oliver Benjamin or phone 020 7608 2132