New "find an apprenticeship system" now in use

22 May 2015     JTL

The National Apprenticeship Service have launched their new "find an apprenticeship" system, making it easier for people to find and apply for some of the work-based learning opportunities open to them.

Launched initially in December 2014, from May onwards the new system is now the Government's sole search facility for apprenticeship vacancies. The systen will also make it easier for individuals to gain quick and easy access to the system on mobile devices; something the old system was unable to do at speed.

Here at JTL, we post all of our apprenticeship vacancies through the National Apprenticeship Service, as well as posting them on our own Live Vacancies page on our website.

The National Apprenticeship Service's new site is still currently running in its beta phase, which includes parallel running of both old and new apprenticeship search systems. This enables developers to continue to work closely with users to gather feedback to identify areas of improvement. As a result of user feedback, it is now possible to search by employer name, by apprenticeship level, and by partial postcode.

Check out this video, from NAS, to find out more about the new system and how it works:

If you're interested in applying for an apprenticeship with JTL, as mentioned above, check out our Live Vacancies page, or make use of the new system on the National Apprenticeship Service website. You should also make sure you're following JTL on Twitter, and have liked our page on Facebook, as we will ensure that we continue to post our current vacancies on our social media accounts.

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