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Apprenticeships in the Tree industry?

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Sure lots of people on here have taken on staff and provided full training for them. Would say that LA’s and other public organisations should have a structured training schemes

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5 hours ago, DTaylor said:

Has anyone ever employed someone as an apprentice? Is that possible in this line of work?

Yep, usually in junction with a land based college, eg Capel Manor, but sometimes utilising alternative training providers.

informally, many businesses develop people “on the job” n some larger employers, eg Gristwood n Toms, have their own in house training n development procedures.

paul

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Are there schemes in place that have the apprentice working for said amount of days per week and studying at college for a day? With the work experience counting towards the qualifications? Or is it just straight up standard employment?

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