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APPRENTICESHIPS AND TRAINEESHIPS

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INTRODUCTION With an apprenticeship, you get paid in a real job, gaining real work experience, real qualifications and a real future. You gain career-specific skills and experience whilst studying towards a career-related qualification and you will earn while you learn without the burden of student debt. Whoever you are, whatever your background, if you want to get your career going, an apprenticeship is a great place to start!

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RN K EA OR RN W A LE CONTENTS WHY CHOOSE THE BRADFORD COLLEGE GROUP?

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WHAT QUALIFICATIONS WILL I DO?

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ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

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COURSE LEVELS

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PROGRESSION

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TRAINEESHIPS

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HOW TO APPLY

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OUR APPRENTICESHIPS

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THE BRADFORD COLLEGE GROUP

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OPEN DAYS

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To apply or for more details, visit www.bradfordcollege.ac.uk/apprenticeships or call 01274 728316

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WHY CHOOSE THE XXX BRADFORD COLLEGE GROUP?

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WE HAVE BEEN DELIVERING APPRENTICESHIPS FOR OVER 30 YEARS.

OUR SUCCESS RATES ARE 11% ABOVE THE NATIONAL AVERAGE.* *NATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT RATES 2015/16.

94% OF OUR APPRENTICES ACHIEVE THEIR GOALS.** **APPRENTICE SURVEY 2016.

To apply or for more details, visit www.bradfordcollege.ac.uk/apprenticeships or call 01274 728316

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WHAT QUALIFICATIONS WILL I BE DOING DURING MY APPRENTICESHIP? VOCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS The ‘hands-on’ part of your training which shows that you understand your job and how to do it effectively. It is often referred to as ‘competency or NVQ’. KNOWLEDGE QUALIFICATIONS The ‘theory’ part of your training which could be classroom-based sessions in a college environment and will help build your knowledge and develop your technical skills. FUNCTIONAL SKILLS An English, maths and ICT skills development programme which gives you the opportunity to develop, practise and apply these skills in meaningful workplace contexts, thereby improving your employability and career opportunities. EMPLOYER RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES (ERR) Learn about the nine national outcomes for EER, such as your rights and responsibilities under employment law, health & safety and career pathways for your chosen career. PERSONAL LEARNING AND THINKING SKILLS (PLTS) Learn about creative thinking, independent enquiry, reflective learning, team work, self-management and effective participation.

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ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Each apprenticeship has its own entry requirements. If you have grades 9-4 (A*-C) in English and maths, you will be eligible for most of our apprenticeships. Some have higher requirements such as our Digital Marketer apprenticeship which requires 4 x 9-4 (A*-C) GCSEs including English and maths. Entry requirements are listed on each apprenticeship overview (see page 11). If you don’t have 9-4 (A*-C) in English and maths, you will be required to take a Basic and Key Skill Builder (BKSB) initial assessment. This is a short online test which assesses your English and maths, the results of which determine which apprenticeships and which levels you are eligible for.

To apply or for more details, visit www.bradfordcollege.ac.uk/apprenticeships or call 01274 728316

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COURSE LEVELS To help you decide which apprenticeship is right for you, the guide below explains the various levels and qualifications.

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Entry Level courses are designed for those with no formal qualifications.

LEVEL 1

Level 1 courses are for those with a basic education including those with few formal qualifications or GCSEs at Grade 2-1 (E-F). These courses give you a good introduction to a general area of work and combine practical hands-on activities, project work, key skills and work experience.

Traineeships (see p8). Introductory Diplomas Level 1 Awards/ Certificates/Diplomas NVQ Level 1

LEVEL 2

Entry Level 1, 2 or 3 courses Access to Further Education (Foundation Learning)

Level 2 courses are for those with Grades 5-3 (C-E) and are suitable for those choosing a vocational or work-related course. These courses offer an ideal route into a career or act as preparation for study at a higher level.

Level 2 Apprenticeships GCSEs Level 2 Certificates/Diplomas NVQ Level 2

LEVEL 3

Visit our website and search for ‘entry level’.

TYPES OF QUALIFICATION

Level 3 courses are for those who have achieved at least five GCSEs at Grade 9-4 (A*-C). Study at this level offers preparation for a career or further studies including progression to Higher Education.

Level 3 Apprenticeships A levels Level 3 Certificates/Diplomas NVQ Level 3 Level 3 Access Courses

LEVEL 4-7

ENTRY LEVEL

COURSE LEVELS EXPLAINED

Higher Education courses at Level 4 and above are available in the College’s University Centre. For full details of these courses please visit our website and search ‘University Centre’.

Higher Apprenticeships HNC/HND Foundation Degrees Degrees, Masters Degrees


PROGRESSION Whatever your level or area of study, our aim is to help you achieve and progress. On completion of your apprenticeship programme you will be in a position to seek employment in your preferred area or progress to the next level of study including Higher Level Apprenticeships. YOUR CURRENT LEVEL

YOUR NEXT STEP

ENTRY LEVEL

Progression to the next Entry Level or Level 1 course Level 2 Apprenticeship

LEVEL 1

Traineeship Level 2 college course Employment Level 3 Apprenticeship

LEVEL 2

Level 3 college course Level 3 Access course Employment Higher Level Apprenticeship

LEVEL 3

Higher Education Employment Higher Level Apprenticeship

LEVEL 4 - 7

Further university level study Employment

To apply or for more details, visit www.bradfordcollege.ac.uk/apprenticeships or call 01274 728316

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XXX TRAINEESHIPS XXX A traineeship is a 12-week education and training programme that

includes an unpaid work placement to help you develop the necessary workplace skills to progress into employment or further learning. Traineeships give you an opportunity to develop your English and maths (if required) and develop a range of employability-based skills that will prepare you for your future career. Traineeships are available in a wide range of sectors including business, childcare, construction and pharmacy plus many more. For more details on traineeships email traineeships@bradfordcollege.ac.uk or call 01274 728316.

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STEP ONE APPLY Visit www.citytraining.org. uk, follow the links to ‘Apply Now’ and complete our online application form.

STEP TWO ASSESSMENT & INTERVIEW Once we receive your application, we will invite you in to City Training Services, the apprenticeship lead for the Bradford College Group, for a BKSB initial assessment and interview. BKSB Initial Assessment – this is a short online test which assesses your English and maths. The results of these tests determine which apprenticeships and which levels you are eligible for. Interview – Providing you meet the benchmark level for an apprenticeship, you will be interviewed by a member of our apprenticeships team. The interview is an opportunity for you to ask any questions you have about apprenticeships.

HOW TO APPLY STEP THREE FIND YOUR EMPLOYER! Providing you meet the entry requirements, our recruitment team will take over. They will develop your CV and put you forward for apprenticeship vacancies in the industry you have applied for. If an employer likes the look of your CV, our recruitment team will arrange an interview for you. They will then help you prepare for it by offering tips, tricks and interview technique training.

STEP FOUR START YOUR CAREER! Fingers crossed you get the job! But if not, we will be on hand to find you another prospective employer.

To apply or for more details,orvisit or call 01274 728316 To apply for www.bradfordcollege.ac.uk/apprenticeships more details, visit www.citytraining.org.uk or call 01274 728316

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OUR SUCCESS RATES ARE 11% ABOVE THE NATIONAL AVERAGE.* *NATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT RATES 2015/16.

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CONTENTS BUSINESS SERVICES

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CONSTRUCTION

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ENGINEERING

50-59

HEALTH & CARE

60-73

MOTOR VEHICLE

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PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

80-89

SPORT

90-91

OUR APPRENTICESHIPS

To apply or for more details,orvisit or call 01274 728316 To apply for www.bradfordcollege.ac.uk/apprenticeships more details, visit www.citytraining.org.uk or call 01274 728316

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Business Services ACCOUNTANCY

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ACCOUNTANCY

OVERVIEW Money is at the heart of every business and this comprehensive apprenticeship is your route to an exciting professional career in accounting. You will work towards your AAT accounting qualifications in an accounts department. LEVELS START DATE DURATION

2&3 September 12-18 months

TYPICAL TASKS Balancing accounts; processing invoices and payments; completing VAT returns; helping to prepare financial statements and reports.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS ENGLISH & MATHS ASSESSMENT

GCSEs

Level 2 Level 3

9-4 (A*-C) in English and Maths

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Level 1 Level 1

To apply or for more details, visit www.bradfordcollege.ac.uk/apprenticeships or call 01274 728316

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Business Services BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

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BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

OVERVIEW Business administrators are an essential part in making every business run smoothly. This apprenticeship is designed to help train and develop apprentices in front and back office roles. You will learn broad business skills required to become an effective member of an office team. Business administration is relevant to hundreds of job roles so it’s a great foundation for getting into any industry. LEVELS START DATE DURATION

2&3 Throughout the year 12-18 months

TYPICAL TASKS Organising meetings and taking minutes; filing and photocopying; sorting mail; data entry and analysis.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS ENGLISH & MATHS ASSESSMENT

GCSEs

Level 2 Level 3

9-4 (A*-C) in English and Maths

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Entry 3 Level 1

To apply or for more details, visit www.bradfordcollege.ac.uk/apprenticeships or call 01274 728316

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Business Services CREATIVE DIGITAL MEDIA

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CREATIVE DIGITAL MEDIA

OVERVIEW This Apprenticeship covers roles across the creative and digital media industries including digital, television, animation, film and photo imaging. You will learn cutting edge industry practices and techniques using the latest software available. This apprenticeship equips you with the skills and knowledge required to compete and progress in a digital world. LEVEL START DATE DURATION

3 Throughout the year 12-18 months

TYPICAL TASKS Using graphic design programmes; taking and editing photographs and video; taking customer briefs.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS ENGLISH & MATHS ASSESSMENT

GCSEs

Level 3

9-4 (A*-C) in English and Maths

or Level 1

To apply or for more details, visit www.bradfordcollege.ac.uk/apprenticeships or call 01274 728316

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Business Services CUSTOMER SERVICE

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CUSTOMER SERVICE

OVERVIEW This apprenticeship trains you to provide excellent customer service and can be applied to hundreds of job roles across a huge range of industries. You will ensure customers are dealt with in a positive, reliable and pleasant way by offering advice, answering questions and handling complaints. LEVELS START DATE DURATION

2&3 Throughout the year 12-18 months

TYPICAL TASKS Meeting and greeting customers; taking inbound phone calls; communicating with suppliers; responding to emails.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS ENGLISH & MATHS ASSESSMENT

GCSEs

Level 2 Level 3

9-4 (A*-C) in English and Maths

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Entry 3 Level 1

To apply or for more details, visit www.bradfordcollege.ac.uk/apprenticeships or call 01274 728316

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Business Services DIGITAL MARKETER

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DIGITAL MARKETER

OVERVIEW This apprenticeship trains you to co-ordinate online and technology-driven marketing activities and to plan, implement and apply these tools to drive customer acquisition, customer engagement and customer retention. A digital marketer will typically work in a team and have responsibility for some of the essential elements of an overall marketing plan or campaign. LEVEL START DATE DURATION

3 September & February 12 months

TYPICAL TASKS Creating and implementing digital marketing campaigns; data analysis; posting on social media; market research.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS GCSEs

Level 3

4 GCSEs grades 9-4 (A* - C) including English and Maths.

To apply or for more details, visit www.bradfordcollege.ac.uk/apprenticeships or call 01274 728316

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Business Services INFRASTRUCTURE TECHNICIAN

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INFRASTRUCTURE TECHNICIAN

OVERVIEW This apprenticeship trains you to provide IT support to internal and external customers, helping them to be productive when using technology to do their own jobs, by using tools to problem solve and troubleshoot non-routine problems. LEVEL START DATE DURATION

3 September & February 12 months

TYPICAL TASKS Setting people up on IT systems; providing IT support when required; rectifying IT issues.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS GCSEs

Level 3

4 GCSEs grades 9-4 (A* - C) including English and Maths.

To apply or for more details, visit www.bradfordcollege.ac.uk/apprenticeships or call 01274 728316

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Business Services IT APPLICATIONS SPECIALIST

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IT APPLICATIONS SPECIALIST

OVERVIEW This apprenticeship gives you the skills and knowledge to work effectively and efficiently with IT systems, communication and productivity tools, and software applications. During your apprenticeship you will gain the confidence to support colleagues with IT projects and troubleshooting to ensure that IT systems work effectively. LEVELS START DATE DURATION

2&3 Throughout the year 12-18 months

TYPICAL TASKS Creating spreadsheets for collating and reporting data; creating documents using Microsoft Office packages; using emailing systems; using databases.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS ENGLISH & MATHS ASSESSMENT

GCSEs

Level 2 Level 3

9-4 (A*-C) in English and Maths

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Entry 3 Level 1

To apply or for more details, visit www.bradfordcollege.ac.uk/apprenticeships or call 01274 728316

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Business Services MANAGEMENT - TEAM LEADER/SUPERVISOR 26


MANAGEMENT - TEAM LEADER/SUPERVISOR

OVERVIEW This apprenticeship is aimed at aspiring professionals taking their first step into line management as well as those with some experience of managing a team, process or project to clearly defined outcomes. The apprenticeship provides learners working in an organisation with the leadership and management knowledge and skills required to progress in their career and on to further study. LEVEL START DATE DURATION

3 Throughout the year 12-18 months

TYPICAL TASKS Supporting, managing and developing team members; managing projects; planning and monitoring workloads and resources; delivering operational plans; resolving problems.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS GCSEs

Level 3

4 GCSEs grades 9-4 (A* - C) including English and Maths.

To apply or for more details, visit www.bradfordcollege.ac.uk/apprenticeships or call 01274 728316

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Business Services MANAGEMENT - ASSOCIATE PROJECT MANAGER

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MANAGEMENT - ASSOCIATE PROJECT MANAGER

OVERVIEW Projects can be defined and delivered within different contexts, across diverse industry sectors. Every project needs to be managed to ensure its success. An associate project manager knows what needs to be achieved, how it will be achieved, how long it will take and how much it will cost, and works with the project team to achieve the required outcomes. This apprenticeship trains apprentices to do just that. LEVEL START DATE DURATION

4 Throughout the year 24 months

TYPICAL TASKS Managing projects; planning and monitoring workloads and resources; financial and resource management; leading a team.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS GCSEs

Level 5

5 GCSEs grades 9-4 (A* - C) including English and Maths.

To apply or for more details, visit www.bradfordcollege.ac.uk/apprenticeships or call 01274 728316

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Business Services MANAGEMENT - OPERATIONS/ DEPARTMENTAL MANAGER

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MANAGEMENT - OPERATIONS/DEPARTMENTAL MANAGER

OVERVIEW This apprenticeship is ideal for individuals who manage teams or projects and are responsible for achieving operational or departmental goals and objectives as part of their organisation’s strategy. Level 5 managers are responsible for everything from creating and delivering operational plans, managing projects, and leading and managing teams, to managing change, financial and resource management. Responsibilities also include talent management, coaching and mentoring. LEVEL START DATE DURATION

5 Throughout the year 30 months

TYPICAL TASKS Creating and delivering operational plans; managing projects; leading and managing teams; managing change; financial and resource management; and talent management, coaching and mentoring.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS GCSEs

Level 5

5 GCSEs grades 9-4 (A* - C) including English and Maths.

To apply or for more details, visit www.bradfordcollege.ac.uk/apprenticeships or call 01274 728316

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Construction BRICKWORK

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BRICKWORK

OVERVIEW This apprenticeship is for people who wish to become a bricklayer and work in the construction industry. Bricklayers build and repair structures, walls, chimneys, walkways and foundations using various types of blocks and bricks. Work can range from a house extension to a major stadium project. LEVELS START DATE DURATION

2&3 September 1-2 years

TYPICAL TASKS Building and repairing walls, arches, chimney stacks and other structures; mixing and spreading mortar; working outside and at heights.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS ENGLISH & MATHS ASSESSMENT

GCSEs

Level 2 Level 3

9-4 (A*-C) in English and Maths

or

Entry 3 Level 1

To apply or for more details, visit www.bradfordcollege.ac.uk/apprenticeships or call 01274 728316

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Construction ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

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ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

OVERVIEW Electrotechnical apprentices undertake electrical installations using a variety of wiring systems in domestic, commercial and industrial premises. This apprenticeship provides the basic knowledge and understanding of electrotechnical services practice which will enable the apprentice to become a qualified electrician. LEVEL START DATE DURATION

3 September 42 months

TYPICAL TASKS Wiring; diagnosing and correcting electrical faults; installing lighting, sockets and fire alarms; writing reports.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS ENGLISH & MATHS ASSESSMENT

GCSEs

Level 3

9-4 (A*-C) in English and Maths

or Level 1

To apply or for more details, visit www.bradfordcollege.ac.uk/apprenticeships or call 01274 728316

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Construction FIRE EMERGENCY & SECURITY SYSTEMS TECHNICIAN

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FIRE EMERGENCY & SECURITY SYSTEMS TECHNICIAN

OVERVIEW This apprenticeship will give you the opportunity to begin a career within the varied and fast-paced electronic security industry. Apprentices will focus on the installation, maintenance and understanding of security alarm systems and their integration with other emergency systems such as CCTV surveillance and access control. LEVEL START DATE DURATION

3 September 3 years

TYPICAL TASKS Discussing security plans with customers; installing and testing security systems; servicing installed systems and fault finding; working at heights and in confined spaces.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS ENGLISH & MATHS ASSESSMENT

GCSEs

Level 3

9-4 (A*-C) in English and Maths

or Level 1

To apply or for more details, visit www.bradfordcollege.ac.uk/apprenticeships or call 01274 728316

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Construction JOINERY - BENCH

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JOINERY - BENCH

OVERVIEW This apprenticeship is for those who like working with timber and creating things with a hands-on approach. Bench joinery apprentices are based in a workshop and produce timber products such as doors, window frames, staircases and cabinets. They use traditional woodworking tools as well as specialised power or hand tools for cutting, shaping, smoothing and finishing. LEVELS START DATE DURATION

2&3 September 1-2 years

TYPICAL TASKS Making and assembling frames, windows, doors and stairs; marking out and cutting joints; calculating and costing materials.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS ENGLISH & MATHS ASSESSMENT

GCSEs

Level 2 Level 3

9-4 (A*-C) in English and Maths

or

Entry 3 Level 1

To apply or for more details, visit www.bradfordcollege.ac.uk/apprenticeships or call 01274 728316

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Construction JOINERY - SITE CARPENTRY

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JOINERY - SITE CARPENTRY

OVERVIEW Site carpentry apprentices work with wood on construction sites or in domestic or commercial premises to fit or repair doors, window frames, staircases, floorboards, cupboards, roof trusses and partitions. They use traditional woodworking tools as well as specialised power or hand tools for cutting, shaping, smoothing and finishing. LEVELS START DATE DURATION

2&3 September 1-2 years

TYPICAL TASKS Fitting floor boards; installing staircases, door frames, skirting boards and bannisters; measuring out materials and cutting out accordingly; kitchen fitting.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS ENGLISH & MATHS ASSESSMENT

GCSEs

Level 2 Level 3

9-4 (A*-C) in English and Maths

or

Entry 3 Level 1

To apply or for more details, visit www.bradfordcollege.ac.uk/apprenticeships or call 01274 728316

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Construction PLASTERING

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PLASTERING

OVERVIEW This apprenticeship is ideal for anyone who is thinking of working within the construction industry as a plasterer. It covers a broad range of skills which are put to use on a range of sites, from large building sites to private houses. You will develop a range of plastering skills including preparing surfaces for plaster, and working with fibrous plaster to create solid internal and external finishes. LEVEL START DATE DURATION

2 September 2 years

TYPICAL TASKS Working at heights; measuring, cutting and fixing of internal plaster board; skimming plaster; applying wet finishes to surfaces such as pebble dashing and rendering.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS ENGLISH & MATHS ASSESSMENT

GCSEs

Level 2

9-4 (A*-C) in English and Maths

or Entry 3

To apply or for more details, visit www.bradfordcollege.ac.uk/apprenticeships or call 01274 728316

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Construction PLUMBING

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PLUMBING

OVERVIEW As a plumbing apprentice you will be involved in the installation of bathroom suites, central heating systems and above ground sanitation. You will also be responsible for their general day-to-day repairs and maintenance. LEVELS START DATE DURATION

2&3 September 2 years

TYPICAL TASKS Working at heights and in confined spaces; installing water, drainage and heating systems; finding and fixing faults; installing and fixing domestic appliances.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS ENGLISH & MATHS ASSESSMENT

GCSEs

Level 2 Level 3

9-4 (A*-C) in English and Maths

or

Level 1 Level 1

To apply or for more details, visit www.bradfordcollege.ac.uk/apprenticeships or call 01274 728316

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Construction PROPERTY MAINTENANCE OPERATIVE

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PROPERTY MAINTENANCE OPERATIVE

OVERVIEW This apprenticeship is ideal for those interested in becoming a multiskilled tradesperson. You will learn skills required for a variety of construction disciplines including brickwork, joinery, painting and decorating and plastering. LEVEL START DATE DURATION

2 Throughout the year 2 years

TYPICAL TASKS Carrying out property refurbishments; hanging doors; carrying out minor groundworks such as bricklaying; carrying out small aspects of plumbing works such as fixing small leaks and taps.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS ENGLISH & MATHS ASSESSMENT

GCSEs

Level 2

9-4 (A*-C) in English and Maths

or Entry 3

To apply or for more details, visit www.bradfordcollege.ac.uk/apprenticeships or call 01274 728316

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Construction REFRIGERATION AIR CONDITIONING

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REFRIGERATION AIR CONDITIONING

OVERVIEW This apprenticeship provides learners with the knowledge and skills needed to carry out roles and responsibilities associated with the installation, maintenance and commissioning of refrigeration and air conditioning systems. LEVEL START DATE DURATION

3 September 3 years

TYPICAL TASKS Routine maintenance of refrigeration, air conditioning and heat pump systems; fault diagnostics; installing components; planning the layout of pipework, ducts and control panels.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS ENGLISH & MATHS ASSESSMENT

GCSEs

Level 3

9-4 (A*-C) in English and Maths

or Level 1

To apply or for more details, visit www.bradfordcollege.ac.uk/apprenticeships or call 01274 728316

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Engineering ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

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ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

OVERVIEW This apprenticeship addresses a wide range of skills needed in the design, manufacture or testing of electrical and electronic components, circuits, panel wiring and control systems. Apprentices work with high and low voltage equipment in areas such as power generation, transportation, manufacturing and construction. LEVEL START DATE DURATION

3 Throughout the year 42 months

TYPICAL TASKS Selecting and connecting individual components, connecting components and assemblies to machinery, wiring complete machines.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS ENGLISH & MATHS ASSESSMENT

GCSEs

Level 3

9-4 (A*-C) in English and Maths

or Level 1

To apply or for more details, visit www.bradfordcollege.ac.uk/apprenticeships or call 01274 728316

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Engineering FABRICATION & WELDING

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FABRICATION & WELDING

OVERVIEW Fabrication and welding is the process of using heat and pressure to join or create items. This apprenticeship provides the skills and knowledge within a range of specialities such as sheet metal or plate fabrication and welding plus structural steelwork. LEVEL START DATE DURATION

3 September 2 years

TYPICAL TASKS Bending and forming sheet metal fabrication; plate metal work; MIG/TIG welding; working from and interpreting drawings.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS ENGLISH & MATHS ASSESSMENT

GCSEs

Level 2 Level 3

9-4 (A*-C) in English and Maths

or

Entry 3 Level 1

To apply or for more details, visit www.bradfordcollege.ac.uk/apprenticeships or call 01274 728316

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Engineering MAINTENANCE ENGINEERING

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MAINTENANCE ENGINEERING

OVERVIEW Maintenance engineering apprentices maintain and repair machinery, equipment and systems within the manufacturing/ production industry. This apprenticeship combines mechanical and electrical/electronic engineering disciplines. LEVELS START DATE DURATION

2&3 Throughout the year 2 years

TYPICAL TASKS Planned routine maintenance; carrying out fault diagnosis; modifying or re-writing electrical circuits.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS ENGLISH & MATHS ASSESSMENT

GCSEs

Level 2 Level 3

9-4 (A*-C) in English and Maths

or

Entry 3 Level 1

To apply or for more details, visit www.bradfordcollege.ac.uk/apprenticeships or call 01274 728316

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Engineering MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

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MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

OVERVIEW This apprenticeship covers the design, manufacture and maintenance of mechanical machinery and equipment in the engineering industry. Apprentices also learn about the materials used. LEVELS START DATE DURATION

2&3 Throughout the year 2 years

TYPICAL TASKS Producing precision engineered components and assemblies; milling, turning and drilling; working to engineering drawings.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS ENGLISH & MATHS ASSESSMENT

GCSEs

Level 2 Level 3

9-4 (A*-C) in English and Maths

or

Entry 3 Level 1

To apply or for more details, visit www.bradfordcollege.ac.uk/apprenticeships or call 01274 728316

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Engineering TECHNICAL SUPPORT

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TECHNICAL SUPPORT

OVERVIEW Engineering technical support apprentices cover the skills and knowledge of a wide variety of engineering technical support activities such as engineering drawing, inspection and testing and technical services. LEVEL START DATE DURATION

3 Throughout the year 4 years

TYPICAL TASKS Producing engineering drawings; quality control; providing technical support; resolving engineering/manufacturing problems.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS ENGLISH & MATHS ASSESSMENT

GCSEs

Level 3

9-4 (A*-C) in English and Maths

or

Successful completion of Mechanical Engineering Level 2.

To apply or for more details, visit www.bradfordcollege.ac.uk/apprenticeships or call 01274 728316

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Health & Care CHILDCARE

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CHILDCARE

OVERVIEW Childcare apprentices make sure children are looked after, kept active, happy and nourished. You will work in a nursery, childminders or preschool environment learning how to care for children and helping them to develop social and practical skills. LEVELS START DATE DURATION

2&3 Throughout the year 12 - 24 months

TYPICAL TASKS Assessing children’s development; carrying out creative activities; assisting on trips and activities; supervising sleep times.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS ENGLISH & MATHS ASSESSMENT

GCSEs

Level 2 Level 3

9-4 (A*-C) in English and Maths

or

L1 (Eng); Entry 3 (maths) L2 (Eng); L1 (maths)

To apply or for more details, visit www.bradfordcollege.ac.uk/apprenticeships or call 01274 728316

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Health & Care DENTAL NURSING

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DENTAL NURSING

OVERVIEW A dental nurse apprentice provides chair-side support for the dental team, which includes dentists, dental therapists, hygienists and technicians. You will develop the skills required to support patients and dental staff in providing safe and effective treatment from simple checkups to advanced specialist treatments. LEVEL START DATE DURATION

3 Throughout the year 20 months

TYPICAL TASKS Providing clinical assistance to the dentist; preparing dental instruments for use; managing patient appointments; working on reception.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS GCSEs

Level 3

4 GCSEs grades 9-4 (A* - C) including English and Maths.

To apply or for more details, visit www.bradfordcollege.ac.uk/apprenticeships or call 01274 728316

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Health & Care HEALTHCARE SUPPORT WORKER

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HEALTHCARE SUPPORT WORKER

OVERVIEW Health and social care apprentices treat people with dignity and as individuals, ensuring their lives are enriched and improved with their compassionate approach. You may work with the elderly, the disabled, people with learning disabilities or people with mental health issues. You will assist people in their home, in social care, nursing homes/care homes, hospitals/clinical environments and/or day centres/community bases. LEVELS START DATE DURATION

2&3 September 12-24 months

TYPICAL TASKS Monitoring individuals’ conditions (e.g. blood pressure, temperature); checking overall progress, comfort and wellbeing; assisting individuals in day to day living; making beds; record keeping; returning and cleaning equipment.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS ENGLISH & MATHS ASSESSMENT

GCSEs

Level 2 Level 3

9-4 (A*-C) in English and Maths

or

Entry 3 Level 1

To apply or for more details, visit www.bradfordcollege.ac.uk/apprenticeships or call 01274 728316

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Health & Care SENIOR HEALTHCARE SUPPORT WORKER

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SENIOR HEALTHCARE SUPPORT WORKER

OVERVIEW Healthcare support apprentices work as part of a team to provide high quality and compassionate care to individuals in need. You will monitor an individual’s conditions and check on their overall progress, comfort and wellbeing. You will be trained to carry out clinical and non-clinical duties whilst looking after individuals in need according to their care plan. LEVEL START DATE DURATION

3 September, January, March 12-18 months

TYPICAL TASKS Checking blood pressure, temperature or weight; helping individuals to eat, drink, wash and dress; keeping records; making beds.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS ENGLISH & MATHS ASSESSMENT

GCSEs

Level 3

9-4 (A*-C) in English and Maths

or Level 1

To apply or for more details, visit www.bradfordcollege.ac.uk/apprenticeships or call 01274 728316

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Health & Care LABORATORY TECHNICIAN

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LABORATORY TECHNICIAN

OVERVIEW Senior healthcare support apprentices help registered practitioners deliver healthcare services to people in need. As an experienced support worker, you will carry out a range of clinical and nonclinical healthcare or therapeutic tasks, under the direct or indirect supervision of the registered healthcare practitioner. You will be trained to provide high quality, compassionate healthcare, following standards, policies or protocols and always acting within the limits of your competence. LEVEL START DATE DURATION

3 September 2 years

TYPICAL TASKS Following care plans; supporting individuals to eat, drink, wash and dress; measuring and recording temperature and body mass index; supporting clinicians in providing minor surgery.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS GCSEs

Level 3

5 GCSEs grades 9-4 (A* - C) to include maths, English Language and 2 sciences (or double award). If 2 sciences are single subjects one of these must be chemistry.

To apply or for more details, visit www.bradfordcollege.ac.uk/apprenticeships or call 01274 728316

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Health & Care PHARMACY

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PHARMACY

OVERVIEW Pharmacy apprentices work in a hospital or community pharmacy undertaking a variety of tasks under the supervision of a qualified pharmacist. Duties vary depending on the setting, but may include selling over-the-counter medicines, dispensing prescriptions, ordering pharmaceutical stock and providing medical information to patients. LEVELS START DATE DURATION

2&3 L2: Throughout the year, L3: September 15 - 24 months

TYPICAL TASKS Dispensing prescriptions; generating labels; ordering stock; assembling medicines for prescriptions.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS ENGLISH & MATHS ASSESSMENT

GCSEs

Level 2 Level 3

9-4 (A*-C) in English and Maths

or

Entry 3 Level 1

To apply or for more details, visit www.bradfordcollege.ac.uk/apprenticeships or call 01274 728316

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Health & Care SUPPORTING TEACHING & LEARNING

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SUPPORTING TEACHING & LEARNING

OVERVIEW Teaching Assistant apprentices provide support in the classroom and play a vital role by making sure students get the most out of their lessons. You will work with small groups or individuals under the close supervision of a class teacher allowing them to concentrate on teaching the class. LEVELS START DATE DURATION

2&3 September, January, March 1 year

TYPICAL TASKS Supervising arts and crafts activities; helping with outings; reading to the class.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS ENGLISH & MATHS ASSESSMENT

GCSEs

Level 2 Level 3

9-4 (A*-C) in English and Maths

or

Entry 3 Level 1

To apply or for more details, visit www.bradfordcollege.ac.uk/apprenticeships or call 01274 728316

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Motor Vehicle HEAVY VEHICLE TECHNICIAN

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HEAVY VEHICLE TECHNICIAN

OVERVIEW Heavy vehicle mechanic apprentices service and repair large vehicles such as lorries, trucks and agricultural vehicles. Apprentices are trained in all aspects of heavy vehicle mechanics and electronics such as engine and exhaust systems, air conditioning and security systems. LEVEL START DATE DURATION

3 September 3 years

TYPICAL TASKS Servicing vehicles; repairing and replacing faulty parts and components; maintaining repair and service records.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS ENGLISH & MATHS ASSESSMENT

GCSEs

Level 3

9-4 (A*-C) in English and Maths

or Level1

To apply or for more details, visit www.bradfordcollege.ac.uk/apprenticeships or call 01274 728316

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Motor Vehicle LIGHT VEHICLE TECHNICIAN

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LIGHT VEHICLE TECHNICIAN

OVERVIEW As an apprentice light vehicle technician you will service and repair vehicles such as vans and cars. You will be trained in all aspects of vehicle mechanics and electronics including air conditioning, security features, engine and exhaust systems. LEVEL START DATE DURATION

3 September 3 years

TYPICAL TASKS Servicing vehicles; producing time estimates; repairing and replacing faulty parts and components.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS ENGLISH & MATHS ASSESSMENT

GCSEs

Level 3

9-4 (A*-C) in English and Maths

or Level1

To apply or for more details, visit www.bradfordcollege.ac.uk/apprenticeships or call 01274 728316

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Motor Vehicle FAST FIT TECHNICIAN

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FAST FIT TECHNICIAN

OVERVIEW This apprenticeship is designed for people with a passion for cars or an interest in mechanics. Apprentice fast fit technicians are responsible for repairing and replacing worn or damaged tyres, exhausts, batteries and parts. This apprenticeship is ideal for car enthusiasts looking to kick start their motor vehicle career. LEVEL START DATE DURATION

2 September 2 years

TYPICAL TASKS Replacing tyres; ensuring batteries, exhausts and wheels are fit for purpose; inspecting and replairing clutches, exhausts and braking systems.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS ENGLISH & MATHS ASSESSMENT

GCSEs

Level 2

9-4 (A*-C) in English and Maths

or Entry 3

To apply or for more details, visit www.bradfordcollege.ac.uk/apprenticeships or call 01274 728316

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Professional Services BARBERING

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BARBERING

OVERVIEW Through this apprenticeship you will meet new people and build up regular clients providing services such as cutting and styling hair and facial hair on men and boys. You will be given training in a salon to enhance your artistic flair whilst working towards a nationally recognised qualification. LEVELS START DATE DURATION

2&3 Throughout the year 1-2 years

TYPICAL TASKS Cutting, trimming, shampooing and styling hair; trimming beards; giving shaves.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS ENGLISH & MATHS ASSESSMENT

GCSEs

Level 2 Level 3

9-4 (A*-C) in English and Maths

or

Entry 3 Level 1

To apply or for more details, visit www.bradfordcollege.ac.uk/apprenticeships or call 01274 728316

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Professional Services HAIRDRESSING

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HAIRDRESSING

OVERVIEW This apprenticeship trains you in the basics of hairdressing. As a hairdressing apprentice, you’ll work as a salon junior, assisting senior staff while training as a junior stylist. Being a hairdresser is a rewarding and enjoyable career, helping people feel their best and offering the chance to channel your creative flair. LEVELS START DATE DURATION

2&3 Throughout the year 1-2 years

TYPICAL TASKS Booking appointments; shampooing; conditioning; drying and styling hair; mixing and applying hair colouring.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS ENGLISH & MATHS ASSESSMENT

GCSEs

Level 2 Level 3

9-4 (A*-C) in English and Maths

or

Entry 3 Level 1

To apply or for more details, visit www.bradfordcollege.ac.uk/apprenticeships or call 01274 728316

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Professional Services HOSPITALITY AND CATERING - PROFESSIONAL COOKERY

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HOSPITALITY AND CATERING - PROFESSIONAL COOKERY

OVERVIEW Professional chefs are needed in every food establishment, from local pubs to silver service Michelin Star restaurants. In this apprenticeship you will gain a high standard of cookery skills whilst also learning other workplace essentials like menu design. LEVELS START DATE DURATION

2&3 Throughout the year 18 months

TYPICAL TASKS Preparing, cooking and finishing dishes; designing menus; maintaining food safety and hygiene.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS ENGLISH & MATHS ASSESSMENT

GCSEs

Level 2 Level 3

9-4 (A*-C) in English and Maths

or

Entry 3 Level 1

To apply or for more details, visit www.bradfordcollege.ac.uk/apprenticeships or call 01274 728316

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Professional Services HOSPITALITY AND CATERING - FOOD & BEVERAGE SERVICE

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HOSPITALITY AND CATERING - FOOD & BEVERAGE SERVICE

OVERVIEW If you have a flair for serving food and drink and you have an ambition to work in this fast-paced and rewarding industry then this is the apprenticeship for you. You will develop the knowledge and skills essential for working in a hospitality environment such as restaurants, hotels and cafés. LEVELS START DATE DURATION

2&3 Throughout the year 18 months

TYPICAL TASKS Kneading dough, baking bread and pastries, finishing complex chocolate products, adding fillings and coatings to complex desserts.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS ENGLISH & MATHS ASSESSMENT

GCSEs

Level 2 Level 3

9-4 (A*-C) in English and Maths

or

Entry 3 Level 1

To apply or for more details, visit www.bradfordcollege.ac.uk/apprenticeships or call 01274 728316

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Professional Services HOSPITALITY AND CATERING - PATISSERIE

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HOSPITALITY AND CATERING - PATISSERIE

OVERVIEW This apprenticeship is for the budding bakers and dessert makers of the world wanting a career within the specialist area of patisserie and confectionery. You will develop pastry, cake and confectionery techniques to a high standard of preparation and production. LEVEL START DATE DURATION

3 Throughout the year 18 months

TYPICAL TASKS Greeting and seating customers; taking orders; serving food and drink orders; taking payments.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS ENGLISH & MATHS ASSESSMENT

GCSEs

Level 3

9-4 (A*-C) in English and Maths

or Level 1

To apply or for more details, visit www.bradfordcollege.ac.uk/apprenticeships or call 01274 728316

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Sport SPORT ACTIVITY LEADERSHIP

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SPORT ACTIVITY LEADERSHIP

OVERVIEW This apprenticeship trains you to effectively plan, deliver and evaluate sport and active leisure sessions. The sports activity sector is exciting and diverse, and this apprenticeship provides an ideal starting point. LEVEL START DATE DURATION

2 September 2 years

TYPICAL TASKS Preparing and leading activity sessions; looking after activity equipment; running sessions for people with disabilities.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS ENGLISH & MATHS ASSESSMENT

GCSEs

Level 2

9-4 (A*-C) in English and Maths

or Entry 3

To apply or for more details, visit www.bradfordcollege.ac.uk/apprenticeships or call 01274 728316

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With an apprenticeship, you get paid in a real job, gaining real work experience, real qualifications and a real future. You gain career-spe...

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