Apprenticeship Vacancies

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Business Admin2

 Level 2 Customer Service

KHF Solicitors are looking to appoint a Level 2 Customer Service Apprentice. Helping to support the office and the solicitors involved working closely with the team. Job description below will outline all the responsibilities of the position. When you need experts in family law, whether its disputes over the custody of your children or ownership over possessions, KHF are the professionals you can count on in Salford and Greater Manchester. For friendly, professional and helpful advice, you can always call.

 

Some of the Duties will include

1.1 TO UNDERTAKE SUCH SHORTHAND/AUDIO/COPY TYPING/WORD PROCESSING AS REQUIRED

1.2 TO MAINTAIN A SUFFICIENT SUPPLY OF LEGAL AID FORMS

1.3 TO MAINTAIN A SUFFICIENT SUPPLY OF CLIENT DETAIL/INSTRUCTION FORMS

1.4 TO ANSWER TELEPHONES AND PROVIDE A RECEPTION SERVICE

1.5 TO PROCESS THE INCOMING POST

1.6 TO PROCESS THE OUTGOING POST

1.7 TO ASSIST THE SECRETARIES IN THEIR ROLES

1.8 TO DELIVER MAIL BY HAND WHEN NECESSARY

2.1 TO CARRY OUT ANY OTHER DUTIES AS APPROPRIATE TO THE NATURE OF THE POST AS REQUIRED BY MANAGEMENT

2.2 TO UPHOLD THE AIMS AND PRINCIPALS OF THE FIRMS EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES POLICY

2.3 TO UNDERGO ANY TRAINING APPROPRIATE TO THE POST AS REQUIRED

Desired skills  

You will need to have impeccable people skills, a desire to provide exceptional customer service and have the ability to build relationships with a vast range of customers from all walks of life. Clear and concise communication skills are essential to delivering outstanding customer service.

Personal qualities  

Strong interpersonal skills, team player but also able to use own initiative.

Punctual, proactive and organised.

Good attention to detail.

Efficient and time management skills.

Eagerness to be part of a growing team, with a positive attitude.

 

40 hours per week - Apprenticeship wage of £4.50 per hour. 

Location: Ashton Under Lyne
Qualification Offered: Level 2
Places Available: 1
TCT Contact: Amber.Thorpe@tameside.ac.uk
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 Level 3 Business Admin Apprenticeship

PRMS is a specialist boutique recruitment consultancy supplying staff at all levels (junior up to senior management and Director) within all disciplines of professional marketing including digital, PR, communications, e-Commerce, bid/tenders and agency account staff.We also recruit for business development roles in professional services.We cover these roles in Northwest England, South Yorkshire, North Staffordshire and Derbyshire.

Some of the duties within this role:

Develop skills to understand what motivates team members and how to increase motivation

Demonstrate good communication skills, verbally, in writing and using digital platforms/ Know how to select the most appropriate communication channel/Build confidence in communication with all levels

Understand social media functions in an organisation

Manage priorities and time in order to meet the deadlines

How to build and maintain positive team relationships/How to influence and challenge peers and managers appropriately

Have practical knowledge of managing stakeholders (internal/external)/Know how to liaise with internal and external customers, suppliers or stakeholders (nationally/internationally)/Know how to engage and foster relationships with suppliers and partner organisations

Apply problem-solving skills to resolve challenging or complex complaints/Be a key point of contact for addressing issues/Answer questions from inside and outside the organisation, on behalf of the organisation or department

Gain knowledge of procurement processes/Understand how to research sources to improve cost efficiency

Make recommendations for improvements and present solutions to management/Review processes autonomously and suggest improvements/Suggest improvements to working practices, showing an understanding of any implications.

Gain an understanding of the organisation’s purpose, activities, aims, values and vision for the future/Understand the organisational structure and how own work benefits the organisation

Understand how politics and the economy affects an organisation.

Understand what market forces affect the organisation and industry sector.

Understand organisation processes, eg payments/processing data/Understand how to administer billing, processing invoices and purchase orders

Gain an understanding of different types of business budgets/Gain an understanding of sources of business finance

Organise meetings and events/Take meeting minutes/Create action logs/Take responsibility for any logistics eg travel and accommodation

Know how to use project management principles and tools to scope, plan, monitor and report/How to plan resources to deliver a project/How to undertake and lead projects/How to take responsibility for quality and success of projects

How to use IT packages/systems to perform financial processes/How to choose the most appropriate IT solutions to suit business problems connected with financial processes

Training to be provided:

Level 3 NVQ Apprenticeship - Maths and English Functional Skills Level 2

Personal Qualities:

Behaving professionally/Personal presentation and professional image/Punctuality

Integrity/Reliability/Self-motivation/Being proactive/Having a positive attitude.

Responsibility for own work(load)/Accepting feedback/Using initiative/Showing resilience/Responsibility for own development/Self-assessment.

Develop coaching skills/Be able to coach others/Sharing best practice through coaching/Manage expectations of colleagues/Set positive examples for others/Take initiatives to develop own and others’ skills.

Working week: 30 hours a week

Wage: £4.30 per hour

Expected Duration:  - 24 months

Location: Manchester - PETER
Qualification Offered: Level 3 Business Admin
Places Available: 1
TCT Contact: Amber Thorpe - amber.thorpe@tameside.ac.uk 0161 909 5706
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Childcare3

 Level 2 Nursery Apprentice

Springfield Farm & House Day Nursery in Glossop are looking to recruit an early years practitioner.  Working with an established Nursery and dedicated team, you will learn aspects of looking after young children within a friendly and hard working environment.

Duties may include: 

  • Encourage children to develop social skills and discover more about play  
  • The candidate will help the children to develop number and language skills 
  • Meeting and greeting parents and relatives 
  • Facilitating Activities 
  • Feeding the babies and children 
  • Washing (keeping the children clean) 
  • General Cleaning 
  • Supporting learning in the children’s rooms 
  • Changing clothes and cleaning children (hands, mouths) 

 

Desired skills: 

  • Excellent communication skills 
  • Kind Nature 
  • Ability to work well within a team 
  • People skills and more important great skills with babies and children, a caring attitude is vital 
  • Calm presence, can do attitude 
  • Well presented 
  • Patience 
  • Happy to help attitude 

Personal qualities: 

  • Friendly / calm 
  • Punctual 
  • Reliable 
  • Flexible with a professional approach to work 
  • Passion for the industry 
  • Great Listener 
  • Be clean and tidy and a high standard of hygiene 

Hours to be confirmed at interview but minimum is 35 hours at £4.30 per hour

 

Location: Glossop
Qualification Offered: Level 2
Places Available: 1
TCT Contact: Martin.donnelly@tameside.ac.uk
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 Level 2 Early Years Practitioner

Kiddi Day Kare are recruiting 5 early years practitioners across their sites at Hyde, Dukinfield & Hattersley. Working with an established Nursery and dedicated team, you will learn aspects of looking after young children within a friendly and hard working environment.

Vacancy Description

  • Support babies and young children through a range of transitions e.g. moving onto school; recognise when a child is in danger, at risk of serious harm or abuse; types of abuse including domestic, neglect, physical, emotional, and sexual abuse.

  • Identify risks and hazards in the work setting and during off site visits; demonstrate skills and understanding for the prevention and control of infection; using correct ppe.

  • Communicate with all children in ways that will be understood, including verbal and non-verbal communication

  • Work with colleagues to identify and plan enabling environments, activities (both indoors and outdoors), play opportunities and educational programmes to support children’s holistic development.

  • Support children’s early interest and development in mark making, writing, reading and being read to; support children’s interest and development in mathematical learning including numbers, number patterns, counting, sorting and matching.

  • Use feedback, mentoring and/or supervision to identify and support areas for development; work co-operatively with colleagues, other professionals and agencies to meet the needs of babies and young children and enable them to progress.

  • Work alongside parents and/or carers and recognise their role in the baby’s/child’s health, well-being, learning and development; encourage parents and/or carers to take an active role in the baby’s/child’s care, play, learning and development; demonstrate how to share information with parents/carers about the importance of healthy balanced diets and being physically active.

Desired skills

  • Friendly and personable manner

  • Experience of looking after young children (eg babysitting)

  • Good maths and English skills

Personal qualities

  • Reliable & punctual

  • Hardworking & keen to learn

  • Well mannered and confident

  • Clean and smart appearance

  • Outgoing and personable

Desired qualifications

Minimum of 4 GCSE including Maths and English at grade 3 or above

You may also have completed a full time course at Level 1 or 2 in College

Location: Dukinfield x2, Hattersley x2, Hyde x1
Qualification Offered: Level 2 Early Years Practitioner
Places Available: 1
TCT Contact: Martin Donnelly 0161 908 6768
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 Level 2 Early years practionier

Little Angles Nursery based in Stalybridge are looking to recruit a Level 2 apprentice.

You will learn to care for and enable children to engage in a range of play and learning opportunities and to participate in the day to day running of the nursery.  You will provide and maintain a high quality service to children and their families working as part of a staff team to meet children’s individual needs

 

 

Duties may include: 

  • Encourage children to develop social skills and discover more about play  
  • The candidate will help the children to develop number and language skills 
  • Meeting and greeting parents and relatives 
  • Facilitating Activities 
  • Feeding the babies and children 
  • Washing (keeping the children clean) 
  • General Cleaning 
  • Supporting learning in the children’s rooms 
  • Changing clothes and cleaning children (hands, mouths) 

 

Desired skills: 

  • Friendly and personable manner
  • Experience of looking after young children (eg babysitting)
  • Good maths and English skills

(We value reliability, punctuality, a hardworking attitude and all round loveliness!)

 

Personal qualities: 

  • Reliable & punctual
  • Hardworking & keen to learn
  • Well-mannered and confident
  • Clean and smart appearance
  • Outgoing and personable
  •  

35-40 hours pw at £6.45 per hour.

Location: Stalybridge
Qualification Offered: Level 2
Places Available: 1
TCT Contact: Tracey.germon@tameside.ac.uk
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Dental4

 Level 3 Dental Nurse

A well-established Dental Practice is looking for a Dental Nurse assistant to join their busy team in High Peak, Whaley Bridge. Being a specialist practice the clinic provides a range of diverse treatments for patients on a referral basis.  Excellent team skills are sought for this role, the right individual must be organised, able to work under pressure and have a kind calming nature for patients. 

Some of the Duties will include: 

  • Keep the clinical area and all equipment clean tidy sterile as according to health and safety and infection control procedures 

  • Reception duties including booking appointments 

  • Use all equipment and machinery in accordance to manufacturer instructions 

  • Provide chairside assistance to the working Dentist you are with 

  • Ensure the highest care and wellbeing for all patients 

  • Accurately learn and complete patient clinical records as directed 

  • Handle all substances in accordance with health and safety policies 

 

Desired skills  

  • A good standard of maths and English is required 

  • Ability to work within a team 

  • Willingness to learn and listen 

  • Can do attitude 

  • Previous healthcare employment is desirable but is not essential 

  • Retail/Hospitality employment is desirable but is not essential 

 

Personal qualities  

  • Reliable 

  • Punctual 

  • Keen to learn 

  • Hardworking 

  • Great listener 

  • Committed

30 hours - Weekly Wage: £129.00

Location: High Peak
Qualification Offered: Level 3
Places Available: 1
TCT Contact: Amber.thorpe@tameside.ac.uk
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 Level 3 Dental Nurse

A well-established Dental Practice is looking for a Dental Nurse assistant to join their busy team in Central Manchester. Here at City Centre Dental & Implant Clinic in Manchester, our experienced team is always on hand to help you and we pride ourselves on the high level of customer care we provide. We will do our utmost to provide a relaxed and friendly environment and are always available to answer any questions you may have. Our team believe in only ever providing a tailored and personal approach. We have been established for 54 years and our experience in dental care is vast. Our team has an incredible variety and depth of qualifications and experience, all working together for your dental health. We take the time to understand you, and your treatment goals, with a welcoming and professional approach based on choice. Meet our practice team below: 

Some of the Duties will include: 

• Assisting dentist in surgery 

• Reception duties 

• Meeting clients 

• Booking appointments 

• Decontamination of utensils 

• Keeping surgery clean and tidy 

Desired skills  

• A good standard of maths and English is required 

• Ability to work within a team 

• Willingness to learn and listen 

• Can do attitude 

• Previous healthcare employment is desirable but is not essential 

• Retail/Hospitality employment is desirable but is not essential 

Personal qualities  

• Reliable 

• Punctual 

• Keen to learn 

• Hardworking 

• Great listener 

• Committed 

 

30 hours - £4.30ph 

Location: Manchester
Qualification Offered: Level 3
Places Available: 1
TCT Contact: Amber.Thorpe@tameside.ac.uk
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 Level 3 Dental Nurse

A well-established Dental Practice is looking for a Dental Nurse assistant to join their busy team in Manchester. Being a specialist practice the clinic provides a range of diverse treatments for patients on a referral basis.  Excellent team skills are sought for this role, the right individual must be organised, able to work under pressure and have a kind calming nature for patients. 

 

Some of the Duties will include: 

  • Keep the clinical area and all equipment clean tidy sterile as according to health and safety and infection control procedures 
  • Reception duties including booking appointments 
  • Use all equipment and machinery in accordance to manufacturer instructions 
  • Provide chairside assistance to the working Dentist you are with 
  • Ensure the highest care and wellbeing for all patients 
  • Accurately learn and complete patient clinical records as directed 
  • Handle all substances in accordance with health and safety policies 

 

Desired skills  

  • A good standard of maths and English is required 
  • Ability to work within a team 
  • Willingness to learn and listen 
  • Can do attitude 
  • Previous healthcare employment is desirable but is not essential 
  • Retail/Hospitality employment is desirable but is not essential 

 

Personal qualities  

  • Reliable 
  • Punctual 
  • Keen to learn 
  • Hardworking 
  • Great listener 
  • Committed 

36 hours - £5.50ph

Location: Manchester
Qualification Offered: Level 3
Places Available: 1
TCT Contact: Amber.Thorpe@tameside.ac.uk
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 Level 3 Dental Nurse

A well-established Dental Practice are looking for a Dental Nurse assistant to join their busy team in Hyde. Excellent team skills are sought for this role, the right individual must be organised, able to work under pressure and have a kind calming nature for patients. 

 

Some of the Duties will include

•           Assisting dentist in surgery

•           Reception duties

•           Meeting clients

•           Booking appointments

•           Decontamination of utensils

•           Keeping surgery clean and tidy

 

Desired skills  

•           A good standard of maths and English is required

•           Ability to work within a team

•           Willingness to learn and listen

•           Can do attitude

•           Previous healthcare employment is desirable but is not essential

•           Retail/Hospitality employment is desirable but is not essential

 

Personal qualities  

•             Reliable

•             Punctual

•             Keen to learn

•             Hardworking

•             Great listener

•             Committed

 

30 hours - £4.30ph

Location: Hyde
Qualification Offered: Level 3
Places Available: 1
TCT Contact: Amber.Thorpe@tameside.ac.uk
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Engineering1

 Level 3 Maintenance & Operations Engineering Technician

At Richmond Furniture we pride ourselves on delivering excellence as standard; we are an established privately owned family business renowned for producing quality kitchens and contract furniture for both Public and Private sector clients. Over our significant years of trading, we have acquired a solid reputation within the contract furniture market, including student accommodation, hotels, bathrooms and bespoke projects.

Every employee at Richmond is committed to the completion of all projects to the highest standards, within agreed time-scale and in accordance with the customers’ commercial objectives.  Pivotal to this is the ongoing support from our Engineering/Maintenance team.

Reporting to the Machine Shop Manager you will support the engineering/maintenance team. Primarily you will be working on the machinery on the shop floor. This will involve all aspects of mechanical work on drilling machines, panel edging lines, routers both CNC and manual, large panel cutting machines and CNC nesting routers.

This role incorporates maintenance of the site, you will therefore find yourself, carrying out general site maintenance for the offices, shop floor and outdoor areas, ranging from plumbing, carpentry and some electrical work. Tasks will include -

  • Repair mechanical/CNC breakdown and minimise plant downtime through preventative maintenance, thereby optimising machine output and product quality

  • Provide general maintenance for the site, covering factory and office buildings

  • Support the engineering/maintenance team to carry out reactive and planned maintenance work in all areas of the business as required

  • Follow good engineering standards

  • The roll will incorporate the installation and commissioning of new equipment within the business

  • Communicate breakdowns to line manager and where possible identify the cause of breakdowns and suggest possible improvements to prevent further breakdown occurring.

  • Demonstrate problem solving techniques

  • Follow good health and safety practices

  • Identifying faulty components and sourcing replacement parts

Desired skills

  • An interest and familiarity with computers would be an advantage as training will be provided on repairing/working with the CNC machines (automated control of machining tools)

  • An inquisitive mind, wanting to learn and understand how things work and what to do if they go wrong

  • Good communication skills are important; you will be working with employees at all levels and from time to time with outside contractors too

  • Self-motivated and organised to plan your work ahead

Personal qualities

  • Reliable

  • Punctual

  • Keen to learn

  • Hardworking

Desired qualifications

Minimum 4 GCSEs at grade C/4 or above to include maths and English (or equivalent)

Weekly wage

£163.40 Wages explained at Interview

Expected duration 48 months

Possible start date 30 Sep 2021

Location: Glossop
Qualification Offered: Level 3 Maintenance & Operations Engineering Technician
Places Available: 1
TCT Contact: Martin Donnelly 0161 908 6768
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Food Service1

 Level 2 Commis Chef

The White hart in Lydgate are looking to recruit an Apprentice Level 2 Commis Chef. 

The White Hart has enjoyed a rich and varied history, since it was built in 1788 by local landowner John Buckley. From being the local police station, with the top floor used to lock up the prisoners in shackles, to a schoolhouse, then a weaver’s cottage, the building was then used in the Second World War as a look out point, with the cellars a bomb shelter.The Buckley family sold the pub in 1921 to the Gartside Brewery and it remained brewery owned until 1987. In June 1994, Charles Brierley bought the freehold of The White Hart Inn and has extended and renovated the pub, turning it into the award-winning venue it is today.

 

Some of the Duties will include: 

  • Preparation
  • Helping chef with all aspects in the kitchen
  • New menu discussions
  • Time management
  • Cleaning down
  • Food hygiene
  • Following health and safety regulations

 

Desired skills  

• Be an aspiring commis chef with a passion for all types of food.

• Have a meticulous eye for detail and quality.

• Work well under pressure.

• Keen to learn new skills

 

Personal qualities  

• Have a passion for good food & drink in general

• Follow and have an understanding of cooking

• Be passionate about working for and supporting independent business

• Hard working and not afraid of physical work or longer hours when required to complete the task in hand

• Outgoing and happy

• Totally Flexible

• Dedicated and loyal

 

30 hours per week (hours to be agreed at interview) - Apprenticeship wage of £4.30 per hour. 

Location: Oldham
Qualification Offered: Level 2
Places Available: 1
TCT Contact: Amber.Thorpe@tameside.ac.uk
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Furniture Manufacturer1

 Furniture Manufacturer Level 2 Apprentice

For 20 years we have been designing and installing fitted kitchens and bedrooms for domestic and commercial markets. From our base in Manchester we provide our services across the North West of England and pride ourselves on being one of the regions top kitchen and bedroom designers.

You will be working across the Greater Manchester area and beyond, covering a range of works in both domestic properties and building sites; new builds and refurbishments. Your main focus will be the installation of high quality kitchens.

As an Apprentice Furniture Manufacturer, you will cover a range of works which include -

·Health and safety whilst working on site as well as self-motivation, a focus on quality and effective custom relations.

·Effective communication skills with a mature and positive attitude whilst working with others

·Demonstrate preparation of materials, Safe Working practices and a Safe Working Area

·Be able to prepare and install either kitchen, bedroom or bathroom units and fitment works to domestic or commercial buildings including safe transportation and handling of installation equipment and materials; measuring and marking out to specifications; assemble components and understand the sequence and importance thereof; re-instate a location after assembly of components

Set up and safely use tools used to assemble furniture and their specific uses; install furniture to specification including scribing, fixing, securing of furniture using correct fittings; carry out rectification or rework, including changing handles or hinges.

Desired Skills:

  • A good standard of maths and English
  • Some prior experience, qualification or interest in Joinery would be advantageous
  • Able to work as part of a team and be able to work on your own initiative

Personal Qualities:

  • Reliable
  • Punctual
  • Keen to learn
  • Hardworking

Desired Qualifications:

3 x GCSE grade 3 and minimum GCSE grade 1 in maths and English

Hours:

Monday to Friday

40 paid hours a week

Hours are 8.30am – 4.30pm with 30 minutes for lunch and 2 * 15 minute breaks

You will attend 1 day per week at Beaufort Road Campus for your day release (usually 8.30am – 4.30pm)

Location: (Unique Kitchens) Offices based at Audenshaw - working across Greater Manchester
Qualification Offered: Furniture Manufacturer Level 2
Places Available: 1
TCT Contact: Stephen Moore 07767434677 Stephen.moore@tameside.ac.uk
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Hairdressing1

 Level 2 Hairdressing Apprenticeship

The Health and Beauty Gallery are looking for an enthusiastic and dedicated apprentice to join their modern and stylish studio.  House of Evelyn is Manchester’s temple of hair & beauty. An oasis of elegance and well-being. A celebration of looking and feeling fabulous. We also have a luxury Spa within the Vincent Hotel, Southport.

 

Training to be provided                                                                                                                                                          

You will attend Tameside College for 35 weeks for 6 hours per day to complete your training where you will learn in both the classroom. Your apprenticeship consists of several elements. These include, a Level 2 Diploma for Hair Professionals, completion of a work based portfolio that comprises of on-site performance evidence, witness testimonies and photographs Functional Skills at level 1 (if you do not have a recent GCSE grade 2 in maths and English you will be required to attend college to complete this).

Some of the duties may include 

  • Reception duties and booking appointments.
  • Meeting and greeting clients on arrival and offering refreshments.
  • Assisting stylists with all services - shampoo and condition hair, colouring, perming and cutting.
  • Ensuring the salon is kept clean and tidy at all times.

 

Desired Skills 

  • Excellent communication skills
  • People skills
  • Ability to work well within a team
  • Ability to work on own initiative

 

Personal Qualities 

  • Highly motivated
  • Outgoing and friendly
  • Hard working and honest
  • Confident
  • Creative
  • Flexible approach to work
  • Smart appearance and high standard of personal hygiene
  • Punctual and reliable

 

Desired Qualification  

  • 3 x GCSE grade 3 and minimum GCSE grade 1 in Maths and English. 

 

FutureProspects                                                                                                                                                              

  • Progress onto a level 3 Hairdressing apprenticeship.
  • Access a range of career opportunities; a career in hairdressing offers many interesting career options which includes working in a spa, hotel, care home, and cruise ship or holiday resort.

Wage – 30 hours pw – £4.30 ph

Location: Manchester
Qualification Offered: Level 2
Places Available: 1
TCT Contact: Amber.Thorpe@tameside.ac.uk
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Health & Social1

 Apprenticeship Health & Safety Lead Adult Care Worker

Life Skills and Independence Coach.

Will be accountable for implementing (with support) quality sessions ensuring good order and discipline in accordance with Active Tame side policies. For example, working with care plans set out to each individual to provide the best quality of care and support.

Everybody Can, is an award-winning inclusion and disability service, providing everybody, no matter their need or ability, the opportunity to develop, thrive and achieve.

We look to develop all holistically, ensuring barriers are removed for everybody to belong, enjoy, engage and grow in their community, helping them to live their best life.

We encourage aspiration and hope through learning and moving with confidence from childhood to adulthood. Everybody Can has established an intrinsic, golden thread that supports people with additional needs and/or a disability from the age of 3 throughout the life course. Our services encompass all walks of life including social care, community interaction, education and employment.

Please check out our Active Everybody Can brochure here - https://www.activetameside.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/AT-Everybody-Can-Brochure.pdf

37 hours a week

This will include your weekly day release to college as part of your training

£8.29 an hour - 12 Months /18 Months depending on level.

Location: Hyde - Hat Active
Qualification Offered: Health & Social
Places Available: 1
TCT Contact: tracey.germon@tameside.ac.uk
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Painting And Decorating3

 PROPERTY MAINTENANCE OPERATIVE

ASM Refurbishment and Decorators are looking to recruit a Level 2 Property Maintenance Operative Apprentice.  ASM Refurbishments & Decorators are an established business based in Lees, Oldham in Greater Manchester. They work all over the UK and in particular on the premises for an international renowned business  

 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS & BASIC DUTIES: 

  • Health and safety in the workplace; work safely at height; comply with organisational safety, identify hazards and identify them.
  • Carry out repairs to the fabric of a building, for example repairs to walls, doors, door frames, skirting boards or plaster damage to internal walls
  • Understand and maintain plumbing and drainage systems, for example repairs to WC systems, leaking taps or water testing and unblocking drains
  • Be able to set out & build Radial, Battered, Feature and Reinforced Brickwork, Arches as well as substructure materials
  • Understand and demonstrate the safe use of hand tools, for example screwdrivers, power drills, pliers, paper strippers and a variety other tools used in plumbing and carpentry
  • Good communication and organisational skills.
  • Ability to deal diplomatically with other individuals.
  • Keen interest in painting & decorating
  • Reliable & punctual
  • Hardworking & keen to learn
  • Well mannered
  • Outgoing and personable

Working Week 40 hours-Apprentice Salary of £4.30 per hour

Location: Oldham
Qualification Offered: Level 2
Places Available: 1
TCT Contact: martin.donnelly@tameside.ac.uk
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 Painter & Decorator

ASM Refurbishment and Decorators are looking to recruit 2 Level 2 Painter & Decorator Apprentice.  ASM Refurbishments & Decorators are an established business based in Lees, Oldham in Greater Manchester. They work all over the UK and in particular on the premises for an international renowned business.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS & BASIC DUTIES: 

Health and safety whilst working on site as well as self- motivation, a focus on quality and effective customer relations.

Effective communication skills with a mature and positive attitude whilst working with others

Demonstrate preparation of materials, safe working practices and a safe working area

Be able to identify different building methods to determine the appropriate paint product and specification; work to allocated times and schedules; prepare for meetings and discussions by having appropriate paint specification and colour information; identify and rectify common surface coating and wall problems

Prepare and strip surfaces using abrasives, chemical etchants, power sanders, heat and liquid methods; understand and apply powder, two pack, surfaces and resin fillers; Use different application methods – brush, roller, spray, power-assisted rollers and special effect tools; wallpaper using techniques for hanging of lining and standard papers (matching patterns, internal and external corners)

Good communication and organisational skills.

  • Ability to deal diplomatically with other individuals.
  • Keen interest in painting & decorating
  • Reliable & punctual
  • Hardworking & keen to learn
  • Well mannered
  • Outgoing and personable

Working Week 40 hours-Apprentice Salary of £4.30 per hour. 

Location: Oldham
Qualification Offered: Level 2
Places Available: 2
TCT Contact: martin.donnelly@tameside.ac.uk
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