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Young people 16-24 An Advanced Apprenticeship is the best way to start a career in the Building Services sector. You will typically be working with an Electrical Contractor and will complete a range of qualifications to achieve qualified status in the industry. You will: earn while you learn achieve recognised City & Guilds qualifications become a qualified electrician How will I learn? You will attend our approved training centre or a local college to study towards a recognised City & Guilds electrical qualification for 2-3 years. When not at our training centre, you will be gaining hands-on experience working alongside your employer. This is valuable learning time when you can practice what you have been taught and can learn additional skills from electricians that you work with. What qualifications will I achieve? City & Guilds NVQ Level 3 and technical certificate Key Skills/Functional Skills in Maths, English and ICT AM2 Test 17th Edition Wiring Regulations Am I eligible to apply? You will need good GCSE grades in Maths, English and Science to succeed with this Level 3 craft apprenticeship. The following personal qualities are also desirable: a logical approach to problem solving aptitude for working with hands prepared to undertake physically demanding work, often at heights and in all sorts of weather self motivated and willing to learn willing to work individually as well as in a team To confirm your eligibility you should complete our . You will then be invited to attend an initial assessment with our team. If you are successful with this you will be given a provisional certificate of eligibility. You can use this when contacting local companies whilst searching for employment as an apprentice. How do I become an apprentice? To become an apprentice you need to be employed. By registering with Rebus Training your details will be circulated to our local employers to assist your job search. However you will need to be proactive in your job searching. As jobs can be hard to come by you must utilise as many search options as possible. Try the following: speak to friends and family contact your local Connexions office search the internet and local directories contact the National Matching Service. If you find a job, contact Rebus Training immediately and we will contact you and your employer to agree an Apprenticeship training plan.

Young people 16-24 An Advanced Apprenticeship is the best way to start a career in the Building Services sector. You will typically be working with an Electrical Contractor and will complete a range of qualifications to achieve qualified status in the industry. You will: earn while you learn achieve recognised City & Guilds qualifications become a qualified electrician How will I learn? You will...

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