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Retail Skill Cv

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									• NVQ/Certificate/Diploma Level 2 in chosen occupation
• Key/Functional Skills in English at Level 1 or 2
• Key/Functional Skills in Maths at Level 1 or 2
• Technical Certificate (may require you to come
  to college one day per week)
• Employment Responsibilities & Rights
• NVQ/Certificate/Diploma Level 3 in chosen
  occupation
• Key/Functional Skill in English at Level 2
• Key/Functional Skill in Maths at Level 2
• Technical Certificate (may require you to come
  to college one day per week)
• Employment Responsibilities & Rights
•   Accountancy                  •   Health & Social Care
•   Beauty Therapy               •   Heating & Ventilating
•   Bricklaying                  •   ITQ
•   Business & Administration    •   Management
•   Catering & Hospitality       •   Marketing
•   Customer Service             •   Motor Vehicle Maintenance
•   Dental Nursing               •   Painting & Decorating
•   Distribution & Warehousing   •   Plumbing
•   Early Years (Childcare)      •   Retail
•   Electrical Installation      •   Sport
•   Engineering (various)        •   Team Leading
•   Facilities Management        •   Wood occupation
•   Hairdressing                     (carpentry or joinery)
• Apprenticeship can last up to 24 months

• Advanced Apprenticeship can last up to
  36 months

• You can fast track and progress more
  quickly if you do the work
• 16 - 18 year olds are fully funded by the Skills
  Funding Agency.

• 19+ year olds are partially funded and fees are
  payable by employer. These are not passed
  on to the learner.
• Apprentices are usually employed 30 hours a
  week.

• The employer must be willing to allow you time off
  for study for duration of the apprenticeship.

• CRC checks all employers for suitability and
  safety prior to the commencement of your
  apprenticeship.

• Apprentices are paid a minimum of £2.50 per
  hour.
•   Looking in newspapers
•   Cold calling local companies
•   CV/letter
•   Contacts - family and friends
•   Connexions
•   Online
•   Check if your local college can help
•   Check the vacancies on the
    National Apprenticeship Website
    www.apprenticeships.org.uk
• Good GCSE grades may exempt you from
  key/functional skills and are attractive to
  employers.

• You will need to be committed to your
  Apprenticeship.
• Choosing an apprenticeship is not just about going
  to work, it is about starting your career.

• Research shows that a young person who commits
  to an apprenticeship will enjoy higher rates of pay
  than those without training.

• Earn while you learn!

								
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