Browse and apply for our latest apprenticeship vacancies
Either search on the map below or scroll through the list of live apprenticeship vacancies to find one that matches what you’re looking for.
Once you find an apprenticeship vacancy you’re interested in, click the ‘apply’ button to be taken through to the Government’s Find An Apprenticeship website where you’ll find out more details about the job and apprenticeship training we'll be delivering, as well as submit your application.
Apprenticeship vacancies appear throughout the year, with each giving a deadline for applications and start dates. Don’t wait until the deadline to make an application, as some companies close their recruitment as soon as they have enough suitable candidates.
If you can't find an apprenticeship vacancy that you’re interested right now, register with our apprenticeship talent bank to be kept up-to-date with the latest opportunities.
Benefits of undertaking an apprenticeship with Plumpton College:
Working and studying full time as an apprentice is a one of the best ways you can further your career but we know it can be tough. That's why we pride ourselves on the ongoing support and guidance we provide to our apprentices, giving them the best possible chance for success. Some of the support we provide:
- A dedicated apprenticeship tutor/work coach to support you while on programme
- An induction programme on starting
- A detailed training plan (including on-the-job training)
- Regular progress reviews
- Access to our award-winning Plumpton online learning platform
- Invitations to industry talks to enhancing your learning
- Access to free online courses to help you develop your wider skills
- A college student card so you can benefit from 100s of discounts with well known brands
- Access to work mental health support services
- Award ceremony on completing your apprenticeship programme
I already have an employer, what next?
Does your employer know of your desire to develop your skills and knowledge via an apprenticeship scheme? The first thing we suggest is having that initial conversation, the majority of employers are happy to support their employee’s professional development, particularly if it benefits their business. We would then need to speak with your employer to ensure they’re comfortable with their obligations of supporting you on an apprenticeship programme.
Your employer may also wish to visit our dedicated Apprenticeships for Employers page to find out more.