11 September 2012

Aged 16-24 and looking for training on the job? Lambeth College apprenticeship open day 12 September 2012

Lambeth Council are working with Lambeth College to promote paid apprenticeships for Lambeth people aged 16-24 who are looking to earn whilst they train. The initiative is part of the council's More jobs campaign.

If you are interested in finding out more come along to the apprenticeship open day on Wednesday 12 September 2012 from 1-5pm at the Lambeth College Clapham Common site.

The following information is taken from the Lambeth website

Are you aged 16-24 and looking for an opportunity that allows you to work whilst training on the job?

Why not come along to our apprenticeship open day at Lambeth College?

When: Wednesday 12 September
Time: 1pm to 5pm
Where: Lambeth College Hub Space, Lambeth College, Clapham Campus, 45 Clapham Common South Side, SW4 3BL.

The council is working in partnership with Lambeth College to support this exciting event. The open day will showcase 38 real apprenticeship opportunities from a high street bank and a large construction company, as well as giving 16-24 year olds the chance to get general support and advice about apprenticeships and jobs. Sound interesting? Then make your way to the open day to find out more.

We are working hard to make sure that Lambeth residents have the best chance to access apprenticeship opportunities. To emphasise our commitment, we are also recruiting an Apprenticeship Coordinator who will increase the number apprenticeship opportunities in the borough by working with local people, businesses and apprenticeship training providers.

For more information about our open day or apprenticeships in general, email lambethworking@lambeth.gov.uk or apprenticeships@lambethcollege.ac.uk

This event is part of the council’s ‘More jobs’ campaign.

The aim of ‘More jobs’ is to support, signpost and work with residents who are looking for employment; work with businesses to create employment and apprenticeship opportunities; and encourage entrepreneurialism by offering support to those who want to set up on their own.

Further information on More jobs