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Interested in becoming an electrician, plumber or heating engineer?

You could get your career off to a flying start with an apprenticeship.

An apprenticeship is a real job with training, enabling you to earn while you learn. You will gain an industry recognised qualification, as well as a vast range of job-specific skills.

Watch our short video for advice on how to get started...

JTL delivers apprenticeship training in the building services engineering sector, which forms part of the construction sector.

We offer the following apprenticeship training courses as well as a Traineeship programme at selected locations in England:

Apprenticeship Courses

  • Electrical
  • Plumbing
  • Heating and Ventilating
  • Engineering Maintenance*
  • Property Maintenance Operative*
  • Engineering Technician*
  • Fire, Emergency and Security*

* Available at selected JTL Training Centres

Benefits of Apprenticeships

  • Build knowledge and skills on and off the job
  • Earn while you learn
  • Become a qualified engineer
  • Gain an industry recognised qualification
  • Receive training and support
  • Funded by the government

Average Electrician
Salary - £30,765

Average Plumber
Salary - £28,532

Source: Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings 2017 complied by the Office of National Statistics (ONS). Data is published annually in November.

Kimberley Worster

"You learn a trade and get paid at the same time. You get a qualification and a skill without getting into debt. I made a lot of friends and now I’m a fully-fledged electrician, I can go anywhere and do anything I want!"

Kimberley Worster, Daventry – Electrical Installation Apprentice

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