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- March 19, 2012 at 10:39 pm #32858
How to write a cv and cover letter for apprenticeship?????
I may want to go for a apprenticeship programme within a company in London so i was wondering if someone can show me some examples of a cover letter that is for a apprenticeship scheme or programme.
thanksMarch 20, 2012 at 10:07 pm #35493
You don’t have experience so you have to focus on educational bits mostly and your ambitions to succeed.
Employers a lot spend time and money to train apprenticeship so let them know that you intend to stay with the company after you fully qualified.November 14, 2012 at 7:29 pm #35494
This is very relevant to myself. My son is in his final year at school (well ok he is in GCSE year), and has already decided that he wants to go to college rather than sixth form or university – to be honest, that is for the best as the school he has been at really hasnt helped him so he didnt want to go to sixth form there, we dont believe he will get the grades he needs for university, so we are looking at colleges. We have found a college that offers the courses he is looking into (he has a choice of 2 at the moment), but they suggest that he perhaps finds an apprenticeship that he can do and go to college as well. As he is our eldest, we have no experience in writing letters asking about apprenticeships so really do not know where to startJanuary 7, 2013 at 2:36 am #35495
There is quite a lot of competition when it comes to apprenticeships, mainly because of people not going on to college or not going on to university after college.
Apprenticeships appeal to a lot of people, but you must remember that people taking on apprentices want the best as well.
In your CV, include the usual. Name and address, telephone number, email address and other relevant contact details.
Include any experience you’ve had in jobs or voluntary work. Also add anything you’ve done as part of a school project or trip that may sound good.
Your qualifications are quite important at this stage, so make sure you include any qualifications you have, including qualifications such as grades in a musical instrument.
Include a few short points about your own personality and how that would be good when doing the apprenticeship.
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