There is a regular demand from our students for part-time and seasonal work, for work experience opportunities and for full-time work or Apprenticeships when students finish their course; Aspiral Learning Recruits aims to match this to the needs of employers. We can draw on students with qualifications in anything from animal management to photography or from automotive to travel and tourism, and many areas in between.
To discuss opportunities within your business, please call Aspiral Learning Recruits on 01256 306237 or drop us a line on email@example.com
Students - are you looking for work experience, a part time job or an Apprenticeship?
To discuss what opportunities are available, please get in touch:
- call Aspiral Learning Recruits on 01256 306237
- drop them a line at firstname.lastname@example.org
- visit them in person at the Business Unit on the College’s North Site
Historically we would help you advertise your vacancy free of charge on the National Apprenticeship Service (NAS) website, and then forward you the details of applicants who met the basic criteria. The issue here was that we didn't have as much control over those that had applied directly to the NAS and there was an increasing amount of time being wasted by candidates not turning up for interview or turning up completely unprepared - therefore making them unsuitable for the position.
To help address this, we have created a NEW Apprenticeship Recruitment Service designed to ensure only the most motivated and suitable candidates are sent to you for consideration.
We hold a database of applicants who have been through our pre-screening process which includes a face-to-face meeting and interview advice and guidance. This means when you let us know of a vacancy we can act responsively.
This is a bespoke recruitment service for employers who are seeking apprentices to join their workforce. We will help make this process as pain free as possible for you by:
We will also access all government funding available to contribute towards cost of training (16-18 year olds are fully funded, meaning training is free). We will also provide a £1,500 grant to any employer who hasn't recruited an apprentice within the last 12 months and who has less than 1000 employees.