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As an apprentice you can get training and qualifications while you work and earn a salary.​​​​​​​​​​

What is an apprenticeship?

Apprenticeships give you the opportunity to work for a real employer alongside experienced staff. 

You will earn a salary and gain a qualification as well as valuable workplace experience and relevant job specific skills.  ​

You can apply for an apprenticeship if you are:
  • aged over 16
  • eligible to work in England 
  • not in full time education.
Find out more about apprenticeships on the goverment's website​.


Apprenticeships in the council

An apprenticeship at Newham Council offers Newham residents the opportunity to gain new skills and qualifications while working. Apprentices earn while they learn during the two year programme and receive support to help them build their confidence and launch a successful career.

They receive off the job training once a week to work towards either a level 2 or 3 qualification related to their job role. They also receive practical experience and work alongside experienced professional who will help shape their professional development. 

Candidates do not need any formal qualifications to apply for many of our apprenticeships. An English and Maths assessment is part of the recruitment process.

Email​ to register your interest for future upcoming vacancies.  


Find an apprenticeship

If you are a Newham resident, Newham Workplace can help you find an apprenticeship course.  

To apply for an apprenticeship complete our online form

You can also search for an apprenticeship on the government's website​
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