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We send a representative to your company to have a discussion about your employer needs and to complete the relevant documentation and conduct a brief Health and Safety audit.

We will request you to send us a job description. We will work with you to gather the information required to submit your vacancy. We will then send the details back to you to make sure you are happy with the details before we upload the vacancy.

We upload the vacancy details on to the Find an Apprenticeship site, Find a Job, our website as well as on Facebook and Twitter. We will also send vacancies to Career South West, Department of Work and Pension and Job Centre.

Applicants apply to ETS directly. We request candidates CV’s and/ or applications as required. This gives ETS the opportunity to check they meet your vacancy criteria and eligibility for funding.

When the vacancy has closed or you have received a suitable amount of applicants, you will advise us of an interview date and time; we deal with all the arrangements and paper work on your behalf.
Once you have confirmed a successful applicant, we will arrange for a representative to visit both you and your new employee to carry out the apprenticeship programme sign up process.
Apprenticeships are available for anyone aged 16 and over. From May 2017, you can get help from the government to pay for apprenticeship training. If you pay the apprenticeship levy you will have access to funds to spend on apprenticeship training. If you do not pay the apprenticeship levy, you could be eligible for either co-funding (90%) or full funding (100%) depending on both your business and your apprentice’s circumstances.

Salaries are the responsibility of the employer. The National Minimum Wage depends on the employee’s age. From the 1 April 2018 the National Minimum Wage is; 16-17 – £4.20, 18-20 – £5.90 and 21-24 £7.38. The National Living wage is £7.83 per hour for workers aged 25 and older. The minimum wage still applies to workers aged 24 and under. The National Minimum Wage (NMW) for an apprentice from 1 April 2018 is £3.70 per hour. This applies to 16-18 year old Apprentices and those aged 19 and over in the first year of their Apprenticeship. For all other Apprentices the National Minimum Wage appropriate to their age applies.

ETS will provide the Apprenticeship training to the learner on behalf employer.

We send a representative to your company to have a discussion about your employer needs and to complete the relevant documentation and conduct a brief Health and Safety audit.

We will request you to send us a job description. We will work with you to gather the information required to submit your vacancy. We will then send the details back to you to make sure you are happy with the details before we upload the vacancy.

We upload the vacancy details on to the Find an Apprenticeship site, Find a Job, our website as well as on Facebook and Twitter. We will also send vacancies to Career South West, Department of Work and Pension andJob Centre.

Applicants apply to ETS directly. We request candidates CV’s and/ or applications as required. This gives ETS the opportunity to check they meet your vacancy criteria and eligibility for funding.

When the vacancy has closed or you have received a suitable amount of applicants, you will advise us of an interview date and time; we deal with all the arrangements and paper work on your behalf.

Once you have confirmed a successful applicant, we will arrange for a representative to visit both you and your new employee to carry out the apprenticeship programme sign up process.

Apprenticeships are available for anyone aged 16 and over. From May 2017, you can get help from the government to pay for apprenticeship training. If you pay the apprenticeship levy you will have access to funds to spend on apprenticeship training. If you do not pay the apprenticeship levy, you could be eligible for either co-funding (90%) or full funding (100%) depending on both your business and your apprentice’s circumstances.

Salaries are the responsibility of the employer. The National Minimum Wage depends on the employee’s age. From the 1 April 2018 the National Minimum Wage is; 16-17 – £4.20, 18-20 – £5.90 and 21-24 £7.38. The National Living wage is £7.83 per hour for workers aged 25 and older. The minimum wage still applies to workers aged 24 and under. The National Minimum Wage (NMW) for an apprentice from 1 April 2018 is £3.70 per hour. This applies to 16-18 year old Apprentices and those aged 19 and over in the first year of their Apprenticeship. For all other Apprentices the National Minimum Wage appropriate to their age applies.

ETS will provide the Apprenticeship training to the learner on behalf employer.