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Be an apprentice

Be an apprentice

Our Apprenticeship Programme

Our apprenticeship programme has welcomed over 200 apprentices into its ranks since 2015. We pride ourselves on delivering an apprenticeship experience synonymous with inspiring personal growth, improving career opportunities and in turn, futures. We offer support while encouraging independence and self-confidence and we understand that achievement looks different for all so our offering includes tailored pathways and levels to suite a range of skills and interests.

Apprenticeships we offer:

  • Facility Services/Management (Level 2 & 3)
  • Supporting for Teaching and Learning in Schools (Level 2 & 3)
  • Supporting the Delivery of PE and School Sport (Level 3)
  • IT Support/Application Specialist (Level 2 & 3)
  • Business Admin (Level 2 & 3)
  • Business Admin with HR (Level 3)
  • Business Admin with Accounts (Level 3)
  • Journalism/Media (Level 3)
  • Team Leader/Supervisor (Level 3)
  • Teacher apprenticeship standard (Level 6)

Requirements

• 5 GCSE’s on A-C grade including English and Maths or Functional Skills Level 2 equivalent
• Must have been living in the UK or EU for the last three years and hold a passport or visa

The Interview Process

This is a competitive programme with thousands of applicants a year so the selection process includes a two-stage telephone and group interview with our resource team, an initial paperwork session with our operations team to ensure compliance with Government requirements and a trials week where you will be exposed to the latest teaching and training techniques, CV and interview skills, preparation for the school environment and safeguarding with our team of experienced Tutors.

What to Expect

Placement:
We provide you with an opportunity to interview with one of our partner schools or companies in London, to gain a host placement.

Training:
As an LMP Apprentice you have access to added value training courses with industry professionals bimonthly and during half terms.

Progression:
Our apprentices go on to further education or full-time employment, often with their placement.

Hours & Pay:
As an LMP apprentice you are paid £4 an hour and work an average of 34 hours a week.

Paid Leave:
As an LMP apprentice you are entitled to 20 days of paid leave in some cases to be taken during the school holiday period and not within your first three months.

Interested?

Send us your CV in an email stating that you hold the requirements.
You can expect a response within 5 working days.

Send your CV now

  • We work in what is at times an extremely challenging environment, and our apprentice has adapted quickly and well. She is level-headed, capable and quietly confident, with a very engaging manner which has made her popular with staff and students. Intelligent, thoughtful and mature, she is keen to learn and works very productively in a small close-knit team. She has established herself at CBC in a very short space of time and I am very pleased that she is with us.

    Tony Clayton, Head of Centre, Constance Bridgeman Centre
  • I would like to thank you for making my choice of candidate so difficult today - I was just so impressed by the quality of each of them. The apprentice applicants had clearly been well briefed and prepared and had been proactive in finding out about us for themselves. Each of them interviewed very well, was balanced, intelligent, enquiring and enthusiastic. This says something about the calibre of people you are recruiting and the comprehensiveness of your initial training.

    Tony Clayton, Head of Centre, Constance Bridgeman Centre
  • All of the apprentices were so strong, it was a pleasure to interview them.

    Samina Jaffar, Deputy Head. Goodmayes Primary School, Redbridge
  • We were so impressed by the calibre of the candidates that we have decided to take all 3 Teaching Assistant apprentices instead of choosing just one.

    Karen Wood, Business Manager. Wellington Primary School, Tower Hamlets
  • I feel very welcomed and supported at both my apprenticeship and placement, I feel like part of a giant family - we all get along and I do not get treated differently from any other member of staff.

    Apprentice
  • A rewarding moment was being able to teach cricket to SEN learners and seeing one of them hit a tennis ball with a cricket bat 6 times in a row after 30 minutes of coaching on the correct way to stand and hold the bat.

    Apprentice
  • Our Tutor is a great asset to myself and the rest of the group. She gives us professional knowledge and examples to help us complete our coursework and to put into practice at our placement.

    Apprentice

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