How we can help you at 360 Apprenticeships

360 Apprenticeships are committed to finding you a job which is best suited to you. However, along the way it is important to up-skill yourself and build and expand on your skills. This will make you more employable! The more experience or qualifications you can add to your CV the better you will look in comparison to the competition. It is paramount that you are constantly adding to your CV making sure there are no big gaps. This will increase your Transferable Skills making you more appealing to a potential employer.

We are in partnership with Grade 1 and 2 training providers. These training providers offer courses in your chosen sector prior to placing you with one of our fantastic employers. These courses are a fantastic opportunity to up-skill yourself and gain a nationally recognised qualification. The average length of the courses we offer are 2-4 weeks. You will receive expert training from one of the tutors who have years of industry experience. They will guide you through the process of the course and qualification and ensure you have maximised the opportunity. We are here to give you any advice and guidance on what you can do to become more employable. Our team have designed a CV Builder to help you have a better insight into what to include on your CV. We know what certain employers look for in candidates allowing us to help you.

What You Can Do

Employers will notice when a candidate is committed to developing themselves and expanding on their skills. Your transferable skills is a topic that will definitely come up in an interview. Skills you may not think are relevant to the job role are worth mentioning. This gives the employer a better idea of what you are capable of and how to build and expand on your current skill set. Courses to further your skills are an excellent way to develop your skills and allow you to be more employable in your chosen sector. Experience is key, it all counts! Research on the job role and the company instantly increases your chances of getting the job. If you have genuine reasons as to why you want a job and why you want to work in the sector it is important to get these across in an interview.