Barchester apprenticeships


Posted on July 11th, by editor in CT Extra. No Comments

Barchester Healthcare, a large care home provider, say they have been committed to providing apprenticeships in the care industry.

Barchester Healthcare, a large care home provider, say they have been committed to providing apprenticeships in the care industry.

 

They have been taking on apprentices for over eight years, and will see more than 1,000 people undertake apprenticeships throughout Barchester Healthcare in 2012, in jobs as diverse as carers, chefs, maintenance and administration.
 
In addition to this ongoing commitment to train apprentices, Barchester is taking part in the Government’s ‘Get Britain Working’ campaign to encourage 16 – 24 year olds into work by taking on 900 people in this age group as part of ‘The Work Experience Programme’.
  
Terry Tucker,

Barchester Healthcare’s director of learning, development and hospitality, says:


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