Date Posted: Nov 04, 2019
Last week 5 young people gained an apprenticeship with a global ICT company DXC through engaging with the Citizens Advice DurhamWorks programme.
The apprentices will be paid a whopping £14,500 per year to learn the skills necessary to work on their ICT Customer Service Helpdesk.
This programme was run in partnership with another DurhamWorks partner – Raw Digital, who supplied the industry expertise, whilst Citizens Advice County Durham supported the candidates with employability skills.
If you know someone who lives in County Durham and is 16-24 years old and who are not in Employment, Edu...Read More
DurhamWorks helps employers access the many rewards of employing young people.
Recruiting 16 to 24-year-olds can positively impact on everything from performance and productivity to growth, innovation and morale.
With DurhamWorks it's really simple too. Support and funding may be available to ensure you find the ideal person for your business.
Here are just a few reasons why hundreds of County Durham businesses are already taking advantage of the scheme:
Still not sure if DurhamWorks can support you and your business? Take a listen to the DurhamWorks podcast here where we talk to Claire Gibbon, the owner of the Park Head Hotel, who has taken on three members of staff through DurhamWorks and explains the continue support they receive.Register your interest in employing young people through DurhamWorks
78% of employers who employ apprentices believe that Apprenticeships lead to a more motivated and satisfied workforce
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