Apprenticeship spots for an exciting role at an ambulance service are now open.

The North West Ambulance Service (NWAS) announced that vacancies for their emergency medical technician apprenticeship, which will offer the chance to work on the frontline, are now open.

Prospective applicants have been told that they will have the chance to learn whilst also acquiring a nationally recognised qualification.

Applicants will need five GCSEs including Mathematics, English and a Science at Grade 4-9 or equivalent.

Candidates with healthcare experience and GCSEs in Mathematics and English at Grade 4-9 or above, or equivalent will also be considered.

Applicants are also expected to have a valid EU Driving License with C1 entitlement; good verbal, listening and written communication skills and good organisational skills.

Find out more and apply here