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An Apprenticeship is for anyone who is 16 – 19 years old and is a partnership between the Employer, Apprentice and Training Provider. Where the Apprentice learns on the job and gains the knowledge, skills, and experience from working with their
The Apprentice uses this to prove competence towards a nationally recognized Scottish Vocational Qualification (SVQ), and are allocated an Assessor from the Training Provider, who will support them through the qualification with regular visits
to the workplace and/or in a virtual setting.
Answer a few short questions on our contact form and we will be in touch to assist you.
Apprenticeships can help employers provide the skills they need to adapt, sustain, and strengthen their business. Access flexible, tailored training to meet their business needs and attract fresh talent and develop the workforce of the future.
Skills Development Scotland (SDS) contribute towards the cost of training and assessing Apprentices via Training Providers who deliver the relevant qualification.
Angus Council have an aging work force and we need to engage with the younger generation and encourage them into the organisation. A MA Pilot Group was set up in 2019 to look at providing more Apprentice opportunities across Angus Council.
In 2020 we recruited 18 MA across various council departments and in 2021 we recruited a further 22 and are currently working on more opportunities that will be advertised in April/May 2022.
The MA Pilot has confirmed the value Apprentices have provided to Angus Council and are very committed to supporting and develop the young work force and recruiting young people into the organisation.
Angus Council are committed in their workforce plan to invest in young people and to work with our partners to create and support Foundation, Modern and Graduate Apprenticeship and Internships. Through the workforce plan Angus Council will aim
to create opportunities for care experienced young people and young people with disabilities. This helps us to support and develop young people’s skills and for them to build successful careers within Angus.
Please use the links or emails below for additional information:
Council applications are all online via: https://www.myjobscotland.gov.uk/councils/angus-council/jobs
As part of the online application form you need to go through 5 sections:
You can also set up an alert for upcoming Modern Apprenticeship jobs on My Job Scotland once you have registered for an account.