Could an apprentice benefit your business?

When you employ an apprentice, you’re investing in the future of your business. As an employer, you can build the apprenticeship around the skills  your business needs. Employers who have recruited an apprentice also say that Apprenticeships:

  • make their business more competitive
  • provide higher overall productivity
  • can reduce staff turnover
  • lead to a more motivated and satisfied workforce

With bright ideas and custom training, the ideal employee could be closer than you think.


How we will support you

Our dedicated team will work with you to identify your business needs and the most appropriate training for the apprentice.

For more information, read 'A Step-by-Step Guide to taking on an Apprentice'. The guide provides details on:

  • What is an Apprenticeship
  • Good reasons to employ an apprentice
  • How much it will cost
  • Recruitment support
  • Case studies



 

Contact us

If you would like to discuss employing an apprentice call the Nottingham Jobs on 0115 876 4508 or email jobs.hub@nottinghamcity.gov.uk 

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