- Must be able to meet specific entry requirements of the apprenticeship and undertake the studying and coursework required to complete the course and end point assessment
- Previous related technical knowledge, experience or understanding would be advantageous
- Commitment to completing the apprenticeship and incorporated qualifications
- Good communication skills, written and verbal
- Good people skills enabling strong relationships externally and internally, to be built and maintained
- Enthusiasm and willingness to learn
- Able to follow clear instructions given
- May have some knowledge of relevant Health & Safety
What you will deliver:
In order to successfully complete your apprenticeship, you will undertake a range of duties related to your job as well as undertaking off the job learning
You will work with your line manager and New College to put in place an individual development plan that will help set the course of your apprenticeship, working to the agreed apprenticeship standard. You will undertake training and constructively take part in meetings, supervision and seminars
You will be an excellent team player helping to create a great place for your colleagues (staff and volunteers) to work in.
You will learn about wider work of the trust, its history and conservation values and how this works in practice at your location.
You will comply with procedures to manage risk to yourself, your team, volunteers and visitors.