The Barnet Group is looking for talented people to join our growing business.
We have 10 apprenticeship opportunities in Barnet Homes. If you have any questions contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
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What is an apprenticeship?
If you love learning, but also want to gain experience in the work place whilst getting paid, then you should consider an apprenticeship.
An apprenticeship is a full-time work-based learning programme that combines accredited learning with paid work. It gives you the opportunity to study towards a nationally recognised qualification (fully paid for by us), whilst gaining real experience.
By the end of the programme you will have acquired the skills, knowledge and experiences, as well as a relevant qualification, to perform a skilled role.
80% of your time will be spent working in a real job which gives you the experience you need to excel in your chosen sector.
The other 20% of your time will be spent on off-the-job training which may be delivered in several ways: face to face, online, through projects or through supervision and mentoring
Can I do an apprenticeship?
The only entry requirements are:
- you must be over the age of 16
- not in full time education or work
- have GCSE grade 4 or C in English and Maths
- be eligible to work in the UK
- not already hold a qualification in housing
We encourage unemployed residents of London Borough of Barnet to apply to our apprenticeship programme, including school leavers, care leavers, people with disabilities and people who are long term unemployed
What apprenticeship will I achieve?
Our programme is a Chartered Institute of Housing Level 2 Housing and Property Management Apprenticeship. On successful completion your qualification will be equivalent to a GCSE.
How long will it take?
The full programme will last for 14 months and starts in September 2021.
What will I earn?
You will be paid an annual salary of £14,000 and you will also receive a flexible pension and benefit allowance of 5% of your base salary. Flex benefits are hosted by AON and will allow you to choose from a variety of benefits.
Where can I work?
We have 10 vacancies available, in:
- BOOST x1
- Property services x1
- Housing Management x2 (1x Regeneration, 1x Rental Income Team)
- Learning & Development /HR x1
- Customer ready team x2
- Community engagement x1
- Gas/repairs x1
- Contact Centre x1
Take time to read the job descriptions and apply for the specific work role which most interests you.
What support do I get?
You will be working with an accredited training provider to deliver the qualification element of the programme, you will have a supportive manager and our BOOST Team will be available for mentoring and to support you with any concerns you may have about managing your work life balance. You will also get a tailored exit plan to help you look for work at the end of the programme.