Posted: Wed 6th Sep 2017

New apprenctices welcomed at Coleg Cambria

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Wednesday, Sep 6th, 2017

Coleg Cambria has welcomed several new apprentices to undertake various roles within the College including Customer Service, Childcare, Business Administration, Graphic Design, AAT/External Funding, Equine, IT, Engineering and Construction.

This exciting opportunity will give the young people the chance to earn a wage and work alongside experienced staff.

During their apprenticeship with the College they will be able to learn essential job-specific skills, knowledge and professional qualifications whilst also receiving a regular wage with paid holidays and the same benefit as other employees.

The opportunities for these apprentices are endless as former apprentices at the College have progressed within their areas and been promoted up to management level.

Vicki Durr, HR Manager said:

“We are very pleased as a college to welcome the new intake of apprentices. This is a great opportunity for them to learn new skills whilst also gaining qualification, and we hope that they all enjoy and benefit from working in the different areas within the college.”

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