Apprenticeship Vacancies

We have 20 vacancies available today, click on the career categories below to see the opportunities we have for you. Remember, if you can’t find a suitable vacancy at the moment be sure to PRE-APPLY so that we have your details ready for when a suitable vacancy becomes available.

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Customer Service3

 L2 Customer Service Practitioner

Level 2 Customer Service Practitioner Apprenticeship 

CareerMakers Recruitment (M4 1LE) are seeking a highly motivated and customer- focused Customer Service Practitioner to join their team as an apprentice. In this role, you will be responsible for providing exceptional service to our customers and ensuring their satisfaction with our products and services. 

CareerMakers is amongst the best recruitment agencies in the North West for Industrial, Construction, Driving, Engineering and Commercial temporary workers. Our commitment to both client and candidate is simply down to our core values of delivering excellent service, satisfaction and retention. 

This is an apprenticeship therefore no experience is necessary as full training will be provided.  

Training Provider: Tameside College This course is delivered using a blended delivery model, our assessor will deliver this apprenticeship in the workplace with optional study days at college.  

Entry Requirements: Level 1 English and Maths will be required to complete this apprenticeship 

Course Duration: 12 Months plus 3 Months End point assessment 

Duties: 

- Meet and greet customers, make drinks and direct to meeting rooms 

- Answer incoming customer inquiries via phone and email 

- Provide accurate information about our products and services 

- Ensure reception and meeting rooms are kept tidy and presentable for guests 

- Create and update candidate profiles using in house systems 

- Check right to work statuses and send off for home office checks for candidates with non-British passports 

- Organise and file application packs 

- Keep track of stock and create merchandise packs for client visits 

- Enter customer data and update account information in our database 

- Analyse customer feedback and provide suggestions for improvement 

- Maintain a high level of professionalism and phone etiquette at all times 

- Chase candidate compliance and add to candidate profiles  

- Provide administrative tasks that are required by internal departments 

At our company, we believe in investing in our employees' growth and development. As an Apprentice, you will have the opportunity to learn from experienced professionals in a supportive environment.  

If you are a motivated individual with a passion for Customer Service work, we encourage you to apply for this exciting opportunity. Please submit your resume and cover letter detailing your interest in the Apprentice position. We look forward to reviewing your application! 

Location: 54 Oldham Street, Manchester M4 1LE
Qualification Offered: L2 Customer Service Practitioner Apprenticeship
Places Available: 1
TCT Contact: lynley.ashmore@tameside.ac.uk
  Click here to Apply
 Level 2 Customer Service Practitioner

Level 2 Customer Service Practitioner Apprenticeship 

Grandpa Greene's Luxury Ice-cream & Bistro are seeking a highly motivated and customer orientated Level 2 Customer Service apprentice to join their team.  

Nestled in the rolling green hills of Diggle, Saddleworth, our award-winning ice cream parlour is the perfect place to relax and enjoy a unique dining experience combining quality local ingredients with exquisite views.  

Training Provider: Tameside College This course is delivered using a blended delivery model, our assessor will deliver this apprenticeship in the workplace with optional study days at college.   

Entry Requirements: Level 1 English and Math's will be required to complete this apprenticeship  

Course Duration: 12 Months plus 3 Months End point assessment 

This is an apprenticeship therefore previous experience is not necessary as full training will be provided.   

Overview 

The role of a customer service practitioner is to deliver high quality products and services to the customers of their organisation. Your core responsibility will be to provide a high quality service to customers which will be delivered from the workplace, digitally, or through going out into the customer’s own locality.  These may be one-off or routine contacts and include dealing with orders, payments, offering advice, guidance and support, meet-and-greet, sales, fixing problems, after care, service recovery or gaining insight through measuring customer satisfaction. You may be the first point of contact and work in any sector or organisation type. 

Your actions will influence the customer's experience and their satisfaction with your organisation. You will demonstrate excellent customer service skills and behaviours as well as product and/or service knowledge when delivering to your customers.  You provide a service in line with the organisation’s customer service standards and strategy and within appropriate regulatory requirements.   Your customer interactions may cover a wide range of situations and can include; face-to-face, telephone, post, email, text and social media. 

Duties 

  • Meet and greet customers  

  • Create a positive and satisfying experience for customers 

  • Answer incoming customer inquiries via phone, email, or chat 

  • Processing booking requests 

  • Demonstrate excellent phone etiquette and active listening skills 

  • Dealing with payments 

  • Upsell additional products or services to customers when appropriate 

  • Resolve customer complaints or issues in a professional and efficient manner 

  • Administrative tasks 

What you will need. 

  • We love people full of personality 

  • Excellent communications skills 

  • Positive and "can do" attitude 

  • Professionally presented 

  • Must be able to work weekend to suit business needs 

  • Passion for great customer service 

  • Enjoy working as part of a well-trained team. 

  • Communicating clearly. 

  • Ability to analyze customer needs and provide appropriate solutions 

 

If you are a motivated individual with excellent communication skills and a passion for providing exceptional customer service, we would love to hear from you! 

 

Location: Diggle, Oldham
Qualification Offered: Level 2 Customer Service Practitioner
Places Available: 2
TCT Contact: Lynley.ashmore@tameside.ac.uk
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Dental1

 Dental Apprenticeship Level 3

DENTAL NURSE Apprenticeship LEVEL 3 STANDARD 

A local Dental Practice  is offering an Apprenticeship In Dental Nursing. located in Denton  Greater Manchester, M34 7GR. This dental practice has been registered since January of 2022.and serves the local community.

You will need to be able to travel to M34 7GR and also Tameside College, Beaufort Road, OL66NX. You will spend one day a week in college for the remainder of the week you will gain valuable work experience in the workplace. Hours of work may range from a minimum of 30 to a maximum of 40 hours a week.

Candidates must have a 3 or D in maths and English to apply,

Successful candidates will be interviewed by the college then referred to the employer for an interview.

The course is approximately 18-24 months long in duration and you will be completing a Dental Nursing Apprenticeship

Wage is currently £5.28 per hour, rising to £6.40 in April in line with National Minimum Wage.

Duties
 Assist the dentist during dental procedures
 Prepare and sterilize dental instruments and equipment
 Take and develop dental X-rays
 Update patient records and maintain dental supplies inventory
 Provide oral hygiene instructions to patients
 Schedule patient appointments and manage the dental office calendar
 Perform basic laboratory tasks such as pouring and trimming models

Skills
 Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
 Strong attention to detail and organizational skills
 Ability to work well in a team environment
 Knowledge of dental terminology and procedures
 Proficiency in using dental software and computer systems
 Ability to maintain patient confidentiality and privacy
 Basic understanding of infection control protocols

Please note that this job description is not exhaustive, and additional duties may be assigned as needed.

Job Type: Apprenticeship

Salary: £5.28 per hour

Expected hours: minimum 30 per week When applying for this position please explain why you want to do Dental Nursing and why you may be a good fit for this position.

Location: Denton
Qualification Offered: Level 3 Standard in Dental Nursing
Places Available: 1
TCT Contact: Tracey Germon with reference HGDP
  Click here to Apply

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Engineering2

 Automotive Apprentice Maintenance & Service L3

We have a vacancy available for an automotive apprentice based for a reputable garage in Hyde. X2 Saturdays a month will be required to do during this apprenticeship, with one day a week in college. 

Motor vehicle service and maintenance technicians will learn the below and complete the below in the workplace.

  • How vehicle service and repair is impacted by legislative, regulatory and ethical requirements, including health and safety law and environmental procedures;
  • The structure of the industry and how the business works from an operational perspective, business targets, the systems and processes that make up the efficient running of a business;
  • How to develop positive working relationships and communicate effectively and how to carry out self-evaluation and improve own performance;
  • The procedures for the maintenance of tools and the workshop;
  • Routine servicing and inspection procedures;
  • Steering and suspension geometries; electrical circuit requirements and calculations;
  • Construction and operation of vehicle components and systems;
  • Common fault types, causes and effects of different types of faults;
  • The implications and legal requirements of fitting accessories and carrying out vehicle modifications;
  • How to diagnose faults using suitable fault finding strategies;
  • Construction and operation of advanced electrical, braking and suspension systems, engine and transmission systems and engine and gear calculations;
  • Vehicle emissions and legal requirements;
  • Alternative fuels and hybrid and electric systems.

Motor vehicle service and maintenance technicians require the following skills, and will be able to:

  • Contribute to the maintenance of a safe and efficient workshop.
  • Demonstrate due regard for own safety and that of others in the workshop and minimise risk of injury and vehicle damage.
  • Carry out fundamental tasks associated with removal and replacement procedures on a vehicle;
  • Obtain diagnostic and repair information
  • Interpret diagnostic information and use electrical wiring diagrams to determine system serviceability.
  • Use a range of diagnostic equipment.
  • Follow recognised diagnostic procedures, logical diagnostic sequence and apply advanced diagnostic principles and problem-solving techniques to establish faults.
  • Report faults using company procedures and recommend suitable further actions.
  • Follow recognised repair procedures to complete a wide range of repairs including those which involve complex procedures, or in depth knowledge.
  • Test the function of repaired and fitted components.
  • Adhere to business processes and complete documentation following workplace procedures.
  • Use ICT to create emails, word-process documents and carry out web based searches.
  • Complete a range of services and inspect and prepare a vehicle to the required quality standard for handover to the customer.

Motor vehicle service and maintenance technicians demonstrate the following behaviours:

  • Take responsibility when required and be honest and accountable when things don’t go as planned
  • Operate as an effective team member
  • Behave in accordance with the values of the company and treat colleagues and customers with respect and courtesy.
  • Build effective relationships with colleagues and customers
  • Gain trust and pay attention to colleagues and customers concerns and needs
  • Communicate effectively on a range of topics and with all sorts of different people
  • Deliver excellent results and achieve challenging goals.
  • Contribute to problem solving discussions and enjoy finding solutions to own and other people’s problems.
  • Suggest ways to make the business more efficient and contribute to its commercial growth.
  • Constantly learn in order to improve own performance and that of the business
  • Share knowledge and skills.
  • Demonstrate a passion for engineering.

Location: Hyde
Qualification Offered: Automotive Apprentice Maintenance & Service L3
Places Available: 1
TCT Contact: amber.thorpe@tameside.ac.uk
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 Automotive Apprentice Maintenance & Service L3

We have a position available in Mossley for an automotive apprentice. 

Motor vehicle service and maintenance technicians will learn the below and complete the below in the workplace.

  • How vehicle service and repair is impacted by legislative, regulatory and ethical requirements, including health and safety law and environmental procedures;
  • The structure of the industry and how the business works from an operational perspective, business targets, the systems and processes that make up the efficient running of a business;
  • How to develop positive working relationships and communicate effectively and how to carry out self-evaluation and improve own performance;
  • The procedures for the maintenance of tools and the workshop;
  • Routine servicing and inspection procedures;
  • Steering and suspension geometries; electrical circuit requirements and calculations;
  • Construction and operation of vehicle components and systems;
  • Common fault types, causes and effects of different types of faults;
  • The implications and legal requirements of fitting accessories and carrying out vehicle modifications;
  • How to diagnose faults using suitable fault finding strategies;
  • Construction and operation of advanced electrical, braking and suspension systems, engine and transmission systems and engine and gear calculations;
  • Vehicle emissions and legal requirements;
  • Alternative fuels and hybrid and electric systems.

Motor vehicle service and maintenance technicians require the following skills, and will be able to:

  • Contribute to the maintenance of a safe and efficient workshop.
  • Demonstrate due regard for own safety and that of others in the workshop and minimise risk of injury and vehicle damage.
  • Carry out fundamental tasks associated with removal and replacement procedures on a vehicle;
  • Obtain diagnostic and repair information
  • Interpret diagnostic information and use electrical wiring diagrams to determine system serviceability.
  • Use a range of diagnostic equipment.
  • Follow recognised diagnostic procedures, logical diagnostic sequence and apply advanced diagnostic principles and problem-solving techniques to establish faults.
  • Report faults using company procedures and recommend suitable further actions.
  • Follow recognised repair procedures to complete a wide range of repairs including those which involve complex procedures, or in depth knowledge.
  • Test the function of repaired and fitted components.
  • Adhere to business processes and complete documentation following workplace procedures.
  • Use ICT to create emails, word-process documents and carry out web based searches.
  • Complete a range of services and inspect and prepare a vehicle to the required quality standard for handover to the customer.

Motor vehicle service and maintenance technicians demonstrate the following behaviours:

  • Take responsibility when required and be honest and accountable when things don’t go as planned
  • Operate as an effective team member
  • Behave in accordance with the values of the company and treat colleagues and customers with respect and courtesy.
  • Build effective relationships with colleagues and customers
  • Gain trust and pay attention to colleagues and customers concerns and needs
  • Communicate effectively on a range of topics and with all sorts of different people
  • Deliver excellent results and achieve challenging goals.
  • Contribute to problem solving discussions and enjoy finding solutions to own and other people’s problems.
  • Suggest ways to make the business more efficient and contribute to its commercial growth.
  • Constantly learn in order to improve own performance and that of the business
  • Share knowledge and skills.
  • Demonstrate a passion for engineering.

Location: Mossley
Qualification Offered: Automotive Apprentice Maintenance & Service L3
Places Available: 1
TCT Contact: amber.thorpe@tameside.ac.uk
  Click here to Apply

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 Level 2 Hospitality Team Member

Hospitality Team Member Apprenticeship Available – The White Hart Inn. 51 Stockport Road, Lydgate, Oldham OL4 4JJ

 About the Employer

Perched on a hill overlooking the countryside, this 18th-century, traditional village pub with rooms is 2.2 miles from Saddleworth Golf Club and 3.2 miles from the perimeter of the Peak

District National Park.

The White Hart is a quintessentially English Inn with Rooms. Heart warming log fires in winter, a wine list for the discerning palate yet affordable, ...

There's a refined restaurant serving British cuisine, as well as a rustic brasserie with open fires and a relaxed bar.

 Overview

The role of a hospitality team member is very varied and although hospitality team members tend to specialise in an area, they have to be adaptable and ready to support team members across the business, for example during busy periods.  Specialist areas in hospitality include food and beverage service, serving alcoholic beverages, barista, food preparation, housekeeping, concierge and guest services, reception, reservations and conference and banqueting. The most important part of the role is developing fantastic ‘hospitality’ skills and knowledge such as recognising customer needs, knowing how to match them to the products and services of the business and working as part of a team to ensure that every customer, whether they are eating in a restaurant, drinking cocktails in a bar, ordering room service in a hotel or attending a business conference feels welcomed and looked after. Hospitality team members need to recognise customer profiles in hospitality and how customers have different needs; know the business vision and values, its main competitors, how it fits into the wider hospitality industry and how own area of work contributes to achieving business targets. Use clear and engaging communication to establish a good rapport with customers and ask relevant questions to determine their needs; perform activities to positively promote business/brand standards; support team members to ensure that the products and services delivered are of a high quality.

Location: Oldham OL4 4JJ
Qualification Offered: Hospitality Team Member Level 2
Places Available: 1
TCT Contact: amber.thorpe@tameside.ac.uk
  Click here to Apply
 Level 2 Food Production Operator

Employer - Park Cakes Bakeries

Location - Ashton Road, Oldham OL8 2ND

About the employer - For over 80 years. Park Cakes has been all about deliciousness, flavour and quality. One of the UK’s leading Cake and Hot Dessert manufacturers, we make, bake and deliver the very best quality products to customers all across the world. We’re committed to developing, researching, innovating and investing in every area of our business so our future will be as distinguished as our past.

Qualification - Apprenticeship Level 2 Food Process Operator with Tameside College. The broad purpose of the occupation is to complete food and drink processing procedures to contribute to the manufacture of safe and compliant food products. They support technical operators to complete start up, set up, line changeovers, and shut down of food and drink production lines and machinery. They monitor product quality and throughput against key performance indicators. With a team focus, they prepare for the on-coming shift and provide handovers. Contributing to continuous improvement, stock control and audits is also part of the role.

Duration 12-16 months.

The qualification includes attending Tameside College 1 day per week for training which is a paid working day. The college is easily accessible by multiple transport links, bus stations, metro links and train stations are all within a stones throw.

About you

  • Minimum age requirement for applicants is 17+ 
  • NO EXPERIENCE REQUIRED - FULL TRAINING PROVIDED, 
  • You must be willing to complete the full duration of the apprenticeship and attend college one day a week at Tameside College.
  • May suit people who have completed a lower level of Engineering and are looking for a different pathway to take.
  • Must be willing to work a minimum of 30 hours per week.
  • Salary is dependent on age subject to NMW for your age.

Duties will include but are not limited to...

  • Complete food and drink processing procedures.
  • Support start up, set up, line changeovers, and shut down of food and drink production line and machinery.
  • Monitor product quality.
  • Monitor product throughput for a line against key performance indicators (KPI).
  • Prepare for oncoming shift. Provide machine handover to oncoming shifts via verbal briefing or documentation.
  • Contribute to team briefings. For example, report on health and safety issues or production issues.
  • Contribute to continuous improvement. For example, collect data to inform improvement activity, apply 5S (Sort, Set In order, Shine, Standardise and Sustain).
  • Complete workplace hygiene activities in line with standards. For example, clean equipment/lines, hand-wash.
  • Contribute to stock control.
  • Contribute to audits - internal or external.

Job Type: Apprenticeship

Salary: £5.28-£10.42 per hour

Location: OL8 2ND
Qualification Offered: Level 2 Food Production Operator
Places Available: 1
TCT Contact: lynley.ashmore@tameside.ac.uk
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 Level 2 Commis Chef

COMMIS CHEF LEVEL 2 

Based, 102 Church St, Old Glossop, Glossop SK13 7RN, The Bulls Head are looking to take on x2 apprentices, someone for the kitchen and someone for front of house. 

The Bulls Head is on the doorstep of the stunning Peak District National Park, and we are proud to be first choice accommodation for explorers, hikers, and cyclists from far and wide. 

The broad purpose of the occupation is to support the kitchen in providing the culinary offer by preparing, cooking and finishing a range of food items whilst rotating around each section of the kitchen. Commis chefs will work as part of a kitchen brigade to ensure the quality of the food items produced meet brand, organisational and legislative requirements including the completion of food safety management documentation. They receive, check and correctly store deliveries as well as checking and reporting food items and stock levels. Commis chefs contribute to improving the culinary offer of their organisation. In their daily work, an employee in this occupation interacts with a team (brigade) of chefs, the wider team including front of house staff, suppliers and customers. Commis chefs may work unsociable hours, including early mornings, late evenings, weekends and holidays.

If interested in this position please contact Lynley on lynley.ashmore@tameside.ac.uk

 

Location: Glossop
Qualification Offered: Level 2 Commis Chef
Places Available: 1
TCT Contact: lynley.ashmore@tameside.ac.uk
  Click here to Apply
 Level 2 Hospitality Team Member

HOSPITALITY TEAM MEMBER LEVEL 2 

Based, 102 Church St, Old Glossop, Glossop SK13 7RN, The Bulls Head are looking to take on x2 apprentices, someone for the kitchen and someone for front of house. 

The Bulls Head is on the doorstep of the stunning Peak District National Park, and we are proud to be first choice accommodation for explorers, hikers, and cyclists from far and wide. 

A hospitality team member can work in a range of establishments, for example bars, restaurants, cafés, conference centres, banqueting venues, hotels or contract caterers. The role is very varied and although hospitality team members tend to specialise in an area, they have to be adaptable and ready to support team members across the business, for example during busy periods.  Specialist areas in hospitality include food and beverage service, serving alcoholic beverages, barista, food preparation, housekeeping, concierge and guest services, reception, reservations and conference and banqueting. The most important part of the role is developing fantastic ‘hospitality’ skills and knowledge such as recognising customer needs, knowing how to match them to the products and services of the business and working as part of a team to ensure that every customer, whether they are eating in a restaurant, drinking cocktails in a bar, ordering room service in a hotel or attending a business conference feels welcomed and looked after.

If interested in this position please contact Lynley on lynley.ashmore@tameside.ac.uk

Location: Glossop
Qualification Offered: Level 2 Hospitality Team Member
Places Available: 1
TCT Contact: lynley.ashmore@tameside.ac.uk
  Click here to Apply
 Level 2 Commis Chef Apprenticeship

 

Located in a re-purposed textile mill in the village of Diggle in Saddleworth, Diggle Lock is a relaxed and friendly daytime eatery and pantry store. Situated on the edge of the dramatic Pennine moorland, a stone's throw away from the Huddersfield Narrow Canal, the restaurant draws its inspiration, and indeed its name, from the industrial heritage and cultural history of the area.

When Jamie Collins opened Diggle Lock in 2019, the aim was to provide a laid-back venue with restaurant quality food at reasonable prices. 'We like to do things our own way - a little bit of city centre sophistication, right here in Diggle. The majority of our food is made in our own kitchen - and we source most of our ingredients locally from artisan suppliers and producers who share our passion for great food and top quality ingredients'.

Diggle Lock is the perfect retreat for locals and visitors, walkers and talkers or just those looking for a little more than your average breakfast. At Diggle Lock you'll find a friendly welcome, amazing food and mighty fine coffee.

Duties
- Assist in food preparation and cooking under the supervision of a chef or senior cook
- Follow recipes and portion control guidelines to ensure consistent quality of dishes
- Maintain cleanliness and organization of the kitchen and food preparation areas
- Assist in receiving and storing food supplies and ingredients
- Help with inventory management and stock rotation
- Collaborate with other kitchen staff to ensure smooth operation of the kitchen
- Adhere to food safety and sanitation standards at all times

Requirements
- Previous experience in not necessary 
- Strong attention to detail and ability to follow recipes accurately
- Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and handle multiple tasks simultaneously
- Excellent communication and teamwork skills
- Ability to stand for long periods of time and lift heavy objects as needed

Location: Diggle Lock, Warth Mill, Huddersfield Road, Diggle, Oldham OL3 5PJ
Qualification Offered: Level 2 Commis Chef
Places Available: 1
TCT Contact: lynley.ashmore@tameside.ac.uk
  Click here to Apply
 L2 COMMIS CHEF APPRENTICESHIP

Level 2 Commis Chef Apprenticeship 

We have an exciting opportunity for a Level 2 Commis Chef Apprentice to join the team at The Albion Farm Shop & Cafe. 

Located on a hillside with seriously stunning views out across the countryside of Saddleworth, Albion Farm Shop boasts a spectacular spot to feast on local goodies while admiring the views. The farm shop has won plenty of admirers who enjoy the drive out through some of Greater Manchester's most spectacular scenery with the reward of hearty home-made food at the end. 

The farm shop and cafe are all based on a working farm in Delph, and over the years the family-run business has expanded into the cafe and shop business as demand from customers has increased. It now boasts a hefty array of local produce, fresh fruit and vegetables and a huge cheese counter and butchery inside the converted farm building. 

The cafe at the building's front has been boosted by an outdoor terrace full of seating. Here diners can truly admire the views out across Delph, Dobcross, Diggle, Greenfield, Scouthead and Lydgate. 

Training Provider:  Tameside College, Tameside One, Wellington Road, Ashton Under Lyne, OL6 6NX 

You must be able to travel to college for one day per week to complete your studies.  

The Level 2 Commis Chef course usually lasts for around 15 months but can be dependent upon your prior experience. 

This is an apprenticeship position; previous experience is not necessary as full training will be given. 

Duties 

- Assist in the preparation and cooking of meals in a fast-paced kitchen environment 

- Follow recipes and portion guidelines to ensure consistency and quality of food 

- Prepare ingredients by washing, chopping, and measuring as necessary 

- Assist with plating and presentation of dishes 

- Clean and sanitize work areas, utensils, and equipment 

- Always adhere to food safety and sanitation guidelines 

- Collaborate with other kitchen staff to ensure smooth operation of the kitchen 

- Previous experience in a kitchen or restaurant environment is not required as full training will be given 

- Willingness to learn and take direction from experienced chefs and cooks 

- Strong attention to detail and a passion for great food 

- A customer focused mindset. You will always strive to please them and exceed their expectations 

- Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and handle multiple tasks simultaneously 

- Ambition and drive to keep learning and to succeed 

Skills 

- Ability to work in a fast-paced environment while maintaining attention to detail 

- Strong communication skills and ability to work well within a team 

- Flexibility to work various shifts, including evenings, weekends, and holidays 

As an Apprentice, you will have the chance to gain hands-on experience in a professional kitchen. You will work closely with our culinary team, learning valuable skills that will serve as a foundation for your future career in the culinary industry. We offer a supportive and collaborative work environment where growth and development are encouraged. 

If you have a passion for food, a desire to learn, and a strong work ethic, we invite you to apply for this exciting opportunity. Join our team and embark on a rewarding journey towards becoming a skilled Level 2 Commis Chef. 

 

Location: The Albion Farm Cafe & Shop
Qualification Offered: Level 2 Commis Chef
Places Available: 2
TCT Contact: lynley.ashmore@tameside.ac.uk
  Click here to Apply

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Furniture Manufacturer4

 Level 2 Apprenticeship in Furniture Manufacturer

Medlock Joinery (medlock FRB) are looking for two level 2 carpentry and joinery apprentices in Furniture Manufacture.  Medlock is a modern day specialist fit out contractor delivering high quality projects.  Based on Greengate Street , Oldham.  They are dedicated to the highest levels of customer service and require someone with passion, commitment and friendliness.  They take pride in exceeding expectations and providing brilliant results every time.

Requirements.

This apprenticeship usually lasts for 24 months.  Entry qualifications are 4 GCSE's, including grade 1 in Maths and English. Furniture Manufacturers must be dexterous, have a good work ethic and able to demonstrate their ability to work individually and as part of a team.

Overview of the role.

  • Understand health and safety awareness whilst working
  • Effective communication skills with positive attitude whilst working with others
  • Demonstrate preparation of materials
  • Knowledge and understanding of the general background of the furniture industry
  • Read and interpret specifications, drawings, cutting lists and other relevant technical information.

On successful completion of this apprenticeshp

  • You would be better positioned to move into other areas of the industry.
  • Increase your employability
  • Progress to a higher level apprenticeship

If you are interested in this role then please send your CV to Dionne.davenport@tameside.ac.uk

Location: Oldham
Qualification Offered: Level 2 in Furniture Manufacture
Places Available: 2
TCT Contact: Dionne.davenport@tameside.ac.uk
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 Two level 2 carpentry and Joinery vacancies, Furniture manufacture with L & J Furniture

About the company

L & J Furntiure are a family business based on Honeywell Lane, Oldham.  They make expertly crafted and fully assembled furniture using the finest materials.  They wants someone enthusiastic, motivated with attention to detail and can travel to Oldham

Requirements.

This apprenticeship usually lasts for 24 months.  Entry qualifications are 4 GCSE's, including grade 1 in Maths and English. Furniture Manufacturers must be dexterous, have a good work ethic and able to demonstrate their ability to work individually and as part of a team.

Overview of the role.

  • Understand health and safety awareness whilst working
  • Effective communication skills with positive attitude whilst working with others
  • Demonstrate preparation of materials
  • Knowledge and understanding of the general background of the furniture industry
  • Read and interpret specifications, drawings, cutting lists and other relevant technical information.

On successful completion of this apprenticeshp

  • You would be better positioned to move into other areas of the industry.
  • Increase your employability
  • Progress to a higher level apprenticeship

If you are interested in this role then please send your CV to Dionne.davenport@tameside.ac.uk

Location: Oldham
Qualification Offered: level 2
Places Available: 2
TCT Contact: Dionne.davenport@tameside.ac.uk
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 Level 2 Hair Professional Apprenticeship

Level 2 Hair Professional Apprenticeship 

A well-established salon in the Stalybridge area is looking for a Level 2 apprentice to join their team. 

If you are an enthusiastic and motivated individual looking to begin a successful career in hairdressing, then this could be the role for you. We are looking for a candidate with good communication skills, good timekeeping and who is presentable and professional with a genuine passion for hair. Previous experience is not required for this role as full training will be given. 

Work Location: Stalybridge 

Training Provider: Tameside College, Wellington Road, Ashton Under Lyne. OL6 6BL 

You will be required to travel to college one day per week to complete your studies.  

The Level 2 Hair Professional is a 24 - 27 Month long course.  

To pass this course you will be required to complete final end point assessments. 

Minimum apprenticeship wage: £6.40 per hour 

Hours of work: Minimum of 30 Hours per week (including your study day at college) 

 

Duties to include: 

• Maintaining a safe, healthy and clean environment.  

• Assisting senior colleagues to deliver salon services.  

• Engaging positively with clients and promoting a positive image of yourself and the salon.  

• Greeting and gowning clients in readiness for hairdressing services.  

• Preparing tools, equipment and products for services. 

• Carrying out shampooing, conditioning treatments 

• Answering the telephone, dealing with enquiries and making appointments.  

• Processing client payments. 

• Making and serving refreshments for clients.  

• Promoting salon services and products. • Ensuring the salon is clean and tidy at the end of the day 

Requirements: 

  • A passion for hairdressing and a strong desire to pursue it as a career. 

  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills. 

  • A positive attitude and willingness to learn from others. 

  • Enthusiasm, creativity, and a keen eye for detail. 

  • Ability to work well in a team and thrive in a fast-paced environment. 

 

How to Apply: If you are ready to kick-start your career in hairdressing and join the team, we would love to hear from you! 

Please submit your CV, along with a cover letter outlining why you are interested in this apprenticeship opportunity to lynley.ashmore@tameside.ac.uk 

 

 

 

Location: Stalybridge
Qualification Offered: Level 2 Hair Professional Apprenticeship
Places Available: 1
TCT Contact: lynley.ashmore@tameside.ac.uk
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Painting And Decorating1

 Level 2 Apprenticeship in Painting and decorating

B & N Maintenance are a local family run business who will undertake small to medium sized projects.  The offer full room decoration services from 1 wall to complete house and work alongside estate agents and chartered surveyors in their rental property portfolios.  They are based in Reddish, Stockport and the applicant must live in the Stockport area, close to Reddish.  The employer will pick you up for work and take you to jobs so living in this area is essential..

Requirements This apprenticeship programme usually lasts for 36 months.   Entry qualifications required are 3x GCSE's grade 3 or above plus maths and english (grade 1).

Overview of the role

As a painter and decorator you will be responsible for a variety of different tasks- such as applying paints and stains to new rooms, furniture or equipment.  Applying primers and undercoats, or varnishes and glazes.  Wallpapering

Understand health and safety whilst working on site

Effective communication skills

Be able to identify different building products to determine the appropriate paint specification, identify and rectify common surface coating and wall problems.

Prepare and strip surfaces, using different application methods, assisted rollers and special effects tools, using techniques for hanging and lining wallpapers.

On successful completion of the apprenticeship

You are better positioned to move into other areas in the industry

Increase your employability

Progress to a higher level apprenticeship.

Please send your CV to Dionne.davenport@tameside.ac.uk

Location: Reddish, Stockport
Qualification Offered: level 2 painter and decorator
Places Available: 1
TCT Contact: Dionne Davenport
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Site Joinery1

 Level 2 Site Carpentry and Joinery

Do you own your own vehicle and can you travel to Rochdale?

J Fix Joinery are based in Rochdale and are looking for a level 2 site carpentry and joinery apprentice.  They are well established, a great company to work with and do residential and commercial joinery.  You must be enthusiastic, able to work independently and as part of a team and love joinery.

Entry Requirements

3 GCSE's at grade 3 or above, including Maths and English.

Occupation Summary

The broad purpose of the occupation is working with wood-based materials and associated products to create and install building components. This typically involves shaping and cutting materials, installing finished materials like partitions, doors, staircases, window frames, mouldings, timber floor coverings and erecting structural components such as floor joists and roofs. All work needs to be carried out safely, using the appropriate tools and to the quality specified.

What’s In It for You

  • Get paid to learn, £6.40 per hour, from April 2024.
  • Gain industry recognised qualifications.
  • Get a feel for the work environment.
  • Improve your employability.
  • Gain hands-on experience.

If you wish to apply for this vacancy please send your CV to;-

Dionne.davenport@tameside.ac.uk

 

Location: Rochdale
Qualification Offered: Level 2 site carpentry and joinery
Places Available: 1
TCT Contact: Dionne.davenport@tameside.ac.uk
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