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As an assistant account, you will be working in an accounts department, helping a business or organisation manage their money properly. Running a business involves a lot of financial activities, from expenses and bills to taxes and payroll. Accountants keep track of all these areas and more. It takes a business brain, as well as a way with numbers, to get ahead.

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Adults (18+),
School Leavers (16-18)

The Accounting Level 4 Apprenticeship will involve you working in an accounts department, taking on more responsibility in supporting a business or organisation manage their money properly. Running a business involves a lot of financial activities, from expenses and bills to taxes and payroll. Accountants keep track of all these areas and more. It takes a business brain, as well as a way with numbers, to get ahead.

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Adults (18+),
School Leavers (16-18)

An apprenticeship in Business Administration provides both the company and employee with a sound structure through which to operate all of their functions. In today’s society the pace is fast and employees need to work more efficiently and effectively to help support the smooth operation of a business.

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Adults (18+),
School Leavers (16-18)

An Apprenticeship in Business Administration provides both the company and employee with a sound structure through which to operate all of their functions. In today’s society the pace is fast and employees need to work more efficiently and effectively to help support the smooth operation of a business.

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Adults (18+),
School Leavers (16-18)

It is now a requirement of Ofsted that all early years’ practitioners become fully qualified to Level 3 to gain the ‘licence to practice’. An apprenticeship is the start of that route and ascertains a candidate’s understanding and competence in caring for the children in their care and providing stimulating environments and experiences. They will have proven themselves to have the skills necessary to carry out a variety of tasks with some guidance or supervision.

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Adults (18+),
School Leavers (16-18)

An Advanced Apprenticeship for the Children and Young People’s Workforce gives the successful apprentice a full Level 3 qualification and a licence to practice. They will have proven themselves to have the skills necessary to carry out a variety of tasks with some guidance or supervision. It is a requirement of Ofsted that all early years’ practitioners become fully qualified to Level 3 as soon as possible.

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Adults (18+),
School Leavers (16-18)

A Commis Chef is the most common starting position in many kitchens and is in principal, the most junior culinary role. A commis chef prepares food and carries out basic cooking tasks under the supervision of a more senior chef. The primary objective of the commis chef is to learn and understand how to carry out the basic functions in every section of the kitchen.

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Adults (18+),
School Leavers (16-18)

The role of a customer service practitioner is to deliver high quality products and services to the customers of their organisation. Your core responsibility will be to provide a high quality service to customers which will be delivered from the workplace, digitally, or through going out into the customer’s own locality.

Your actions will influence the customer experience and their satisfaction with your organisation. You will demonstrate excellent customer service skills and behaviours as well as product and/or service knowledge when delivering to your customers.

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Adults (18+),
School Leavers (16-18)

The main purpose of a customer service specialist is to be a ‘professional’ for direct customer support within all sectors and organisation types. You are an advocate of Customer Service who acts as a referral point for dealing with more complex or technical customer requests, complaints, and queries. You are often an escalation point for complicated or ongoing customer problems.

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As a Digital Marketer you will be involved in a variety of marketing activities, typically as part of a team, you will have responsibility for some of the straightforward elements of the overall marketing plan or campaign. Roles would include Digital Marketing Assistant, Digital Marketing Co-ordinator, Content Co-ordinator, Email Marketing Assistant or Digital Marketing Technologist – working to define, design, build and implement digital campaigns across a variety of online and social media platforms to drive customer acquisition, customer engagement and customer retention.

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Adults (18+),
School Leavers (16-18)

The engineering sector covers a wide range of occupations that can be quite diverse in nature. At Runshaw Business Centre we provide Apprenticeships in 4 skill areas. These are electrical, fabrication and sheet metal and mechanical engineering. These areas can be applied to 100’s of work roles from manufacturing and production to technical and maintenance. Prospects in this sector are very good and a career in engineering can be financially rewarding too. Engineers get the satisfaction of seeing how their practical problem solving skills can make a difference.

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Adults (18+),
School Leavers (16-18)

The Engineering Technician (Mechatronics Maintenance) standard is tailored for apprentices working with mechanical, electrical and electronic plant equipment to make sure it performs to the required standard to facilitate production. The roles within this job would include installation, maintenance, testing and fault finding.

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Adults (18+),
School Leavers (16-18)

Healthcare support workers (HCSWs) work as part of a team and alongside other health care professions to provide high quality, compassionate care to individuals within a variety of settings. This will include carrying out both clinical and non-clinical duties and supporting the individual needs of patients.

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Adults (18+),
School Leavers (16-18)

Hospitality supervisors work across a wide variety of businesses including bars, restaurants and hotels. They provide vital support to management teams and are capable of independently supervising hospitality services and running shifts.

They typically work under pressure delivering fantastic customer service and motivating a team is essential to their role.

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Adults (18+),
School Leavers (16-18)

A hospitality team member can work in a range of establishments, for example bars, restaurants, cafés, conference centres, banqueting venues, hotels or contract caterers.

The most important part of the role is developing fantastic ‘hospitality’ skills and knowledge such as recognising customer needs and working as part of a team to ensure that every customer feels welcomed and looked after.

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