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If you have already completed this application form for a previous vacancy, you do not need to complete this again. Please let one of our team know which vacancy you are interested in by sending us an email at apprenticeships@runshaw.ac.uk

Apprentice EOI Form 2021

Apprenticeships, Runshaw College
  • DD slash MM slash YYYY
  • If you have moved in the last 3 months, please provide your previous Postcode
  • If you do not have a Unique Learner Number you will need to bring either a passport, driving licence, your National Insurance card or a bank/credit/debit card for identification
  • Course applied for

  • Please include the reference number of the vacancy or vacancies you wish to apply for. The reference can be found against the vacancy. Please note that students who do not attend for the first two weeks and make no contact with the college, will automatically be withdrawn from their course.
  • Qualifications

    Please state below any qualifications you have, and/or examinations you are taking.
  • All QualificationsSubjectYear of EntryResult (if known)Estimated GradeDate Expected 
  • Employment details

  • Holiday Entitlement per annum

  • Further information

    Please state your reasons for applying for this course. Is there a specific vacancy you are interested in? Please include your career aims, interests and relevant work experience. Continue on a separate sheet if necessary.
  • Additional support

    Do you have a disability (e.g. physical or sensory, health, mental health, mobility, etc) or learning difficulty (e.g. dyslexia, etc) that we need to be aware of or that you will need support for on your course?
  • If yes, your application will be forwarded to the study support referral team.
  • Attendance

    Please provide details of any dates you will not be available for interview or trials with employers in the next 8 weeks.
  • DBS check

    Please be aware that if your long term goal is to work in an area with vulnerable adults or any person under the age of 18, it will be necessary to undergo a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check at your place of employment. If you have a criminal conviction this may exclude you from working in some job roles.
  • Please select all that apply
  • Consent

    I give consent to the processing of my data by Runshaw College and any other organisation which has a statutory right to receive any of it in accordance of the Data Protection Act 2018.
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