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2016 National Apprentice Week

National Apprenticeship Week 2015
14th March 2016

2016 National Apprentice Week

Interserve is a successful FTSE-listed company of 85,000 employees committed to developing and nurturing the talent and ambitions of those starting out in their careers. This week we are celebrating National Apprenticeship Week 2016 by taking a closer look at five of our apprentices from across the business, who share their top tips for success.

The theme of National Apprenticeship Week 2016 is “an apprenticeship can take you anywhere”. Given the varied industries, sectors and geographies Interserve operates in, we feel this statement truly reflects what an apprenticeship with Interserve can offer.

Interserve offers numerous apprenticeships ranging from office based roles in areas such as customer service, business administration and finance, through to more trade related apprenticeships in electrical, plumbing, thermal insulation, scaffolding and construction craft.

The apprenticeships, which are available nationwide, can last anywhere from one year up to four years. The majority of apprenticeship recruitment takes place between June and September and all current vacancies can be viewed on the Interserve careers pages.

Apprenticeship Survival Tip - Amber Phillips

Apprentice Survival Tip - Crystal Guerin

Apprentice Survival Tip - Joe Ward

Apprentice Survival Tip - Tom Masters

Apprentice Survival Tip - Elizabeth Wain

Apprenticeships at Interserve

www.interserve.com/apprenticeships

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