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Monday, 24 November 2014

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Cumbria County Council recruiting 58 apprentices

Nearly 60 new apprentices are being recruited by Cumbria County Council.

The 58 posts are being offered in a variety of skills, ranging from business and administration to IT, health and social care, emergency fire and rescue, civil engineering and vehicle maintenance.

A roadshow highlighting career prospects with the authority takes place next week. It includes an event at the county’s fire and rescue service headquarters in Penrith from 1.30pm to 5pm on Tuesday and the Inspira offices in Lowther Street, Carlisle, between 4.30pm-7pm on Wednesday.

Lynne Metcalf, the council’s workforce skills manager, said: “Apprenticeships are something Cumbria County Council feels very passionately about. Our apprentices earn real job prospects, experience and valuable qualifications while working for one of the county’s biggest employers.”

The county council won recognition for its apprenticeship scheme at the North West Apprentice Employer of the Year award in 2012, where it was the only public sector organisation to be recognised.

Details about the apprenticeships at www.cumbria.gov.uk/jobsandcareers/apprenticeships.

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