Apprenticeship opportunities at Hampshire County Council
Apprentices have already worked for us in roles such as mechanics, rangers or teaching assistants, in the countryside, in museums, or in laboratories. Now our apprenticeship programme is set to expand, to attract even more young people into our workforce.
We are looking to recruit apprentices to work in teams across Hampshire County Council. Successful applicants must be able to demonstrate a keen interest in the work of the County Council, be willing to learn and committed to undertaking a full apprenticeship programme.
What is an apprenticeship?
Apprenticeships are a mixture of on-the-job and off-the-job training. On the job, you will gain key transferable skills like working in teams, problem-solving, communication and using new technology. Off the job you will spend time working towards a recognised Apprenticeship Framework.
We provide a number of apprenticeship programmes that could help you work towards a professional and rewarding career. We offer hands on training, supported learning and at the end of your apprenticeship you will have gained nationally recognised qualifications.
Your apprenticeship with the County Council would be for a minimum of 12 months and during that time you will be fully supported by your manager who will ensure that you progress in your academic studies and develop the skills necessary for your job.
How to apply
Vacancies will be advertised on the National Apprenticeship Service, but in the meantime you can join our youth talent bank, telling us what type of roles and opportunities you are interested in. We can then contact you if an opportunity comes up in the future that we think you might like. However, you will need to apply for any vacancies through the National Apprenticeship Service.
Youth talent bank
Register your interest in doing an apprenticeship, work experience or a traineeship (Internship Plus) with Hampshire County Council, by joining our talent bank.