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Finding the right Apprentice for your business

Our Job Shop can work with you to help fill your apprenticeship vacancies, by providing access to a pool of work-ready candidates, some of whom are already part-qualified in your industry.

We will advertise your vacancy, both locally via our Job Shop and nationally through the National Apprenticeship Service’s vacancy matching system.

This service is FREE when you offer your new employee further on-the-job training through Central Sussex College. Government funding and grants to support the cost of training your new staff can be secured (subject to eligibility) with the help of our experienced Skills Advisers.

Apprenticeships can also be undertaken by existing members of staff - we can assist you in finding the right training route for your employees, depending on their current level of qualifications and experience.

Our Workforce and Business Development teamprovides support to both employers and apprentices, offering guidance on recruitment, training and accessing relevant funding to meet any costs involved.

Fill in our online form below to register an apprenticeship vacancy, and a member of our Job Shop team will be in touch to discuss your requirements in more detail.

We've put together a Factsheet based on FAQs from employers download it here to find out more.

Vacancy Details

Please provide a short description of your organisation to help us promote this vacancy
Please give hours, days, timing and shift patterns.
On completion of the apprenticeship what will the prospects for continued employment be?
If different from the address above.

About the Candidate

Please note that those that have already achieved a degree or level 4 qualifications will not be eligible for any apprenticeship funding.

Additional Detail

e.g. is own transport required due to location. Employment will be subject to satisfactory CRB check etc.
Any additional information about the role, your business, business location etc. that you feel needs to be considered by the applicant.
You have the opportunity to ask two questions to candidates which relate directly to the vacancy you are advertising.