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Wednesday, 31 July 2013

Apprenticeships in Sidmouth

Two recent stories in the Sidmouth Herald:


Councillor in apprenticeship appeal

Firms in places like Sidmouth and Ottery St Mary have been urged to consider recruiting young people to help the district bounce back from the recession.
The call has come from EDDC's business champion - who has appealed for experienced staff and the over 50s to get a look in as well.
Cllr Mike Allen was commenting after some encourageing news from a number of different quarters...
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Business Champion urges companies to recruit staff as economy recovers

Economy and jobs illustrative
Wednesday 24 July

Growing recruitment

Councillor Allen said: “We must also remember that the domestic UK economy has been relatively stable compared with France, Spain, Italy and Greece – which may account for the growing recruitment numbers into our workforce.
“I’m looking to the excellent businesses across our area to help our younger people into work by using apprenticeship subsidies to improve their skills. I’d also urge them to hire in experienced administrative staff to help expansion and retrain them too. Last but far from least we need our experienced older workers to get jobs and I would appeal to businesses hiring staff not be prejudiced about such over 50s since they form the core of reliable and dedicated workers for the future.
“With the Exeter Science Park developing and land for expansion coming available in our proposed Local Plan, there is a special future for businesses in our outstanding environment and community”.



Home builder offers five new apprenticeship roles

A developer that is building in Sidmouth is on the hunt for ambitious young people to lay the foundations of a career in construction.
Persimmon, the South West's leading house-builder, has joined a national recruitment  drive and is looking for up to five new apprentices in brick-laying and joinery...
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Are you our next Chief Executive?

Our current Chief Executive, Jeff Fairburn (pictured) who is still only 47 years old, started in just this way at 17, so who knows, perhaps you’ll be our future Chief Executive?
Jeff Fairburn, Persimmon Chief Executive
The link at the bottom of this page takes you to our special Persimmon Jobs website where you can apply directly for one of our apprenticeships.
Before you do so, here’s some information that may help you.
Applying for an apprenticeship – a teacher’s guide
Catherine Burton is head of business studies and vocational education at a leading Midlands school. Here’s her handy guide...

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