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About Us

Cornwall Apprenticeships is a free resource for employers and individuals to find out more about the features and benefits of apprenticeships, see local case studies and get impartial information and advice. We help employers get started with Apprenticeships to boost workforce skills, attract new talent and have local vacancy information for individuals. It is a partnership initiative between Cornwall Council, the Cornwall & Isles of Scilly Local Enterprise Partnership, and Cornwall & Isles of Scilly Skills Hub. It is part-funded by the European Social Fund.

CIoS Skills Hub is a service of Cornwall Development Company.

Registered Office: Bickford House, South Wheal Crofty, Station Road, Pool, Redruth TR15 3QG.

Registered in England and Wales no: 3668828

www.cornwalldevelopmentcompany.co.uk

Cornwall Development Company Ltd is a local authority controlled company controlled by Cornwall Council.

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TESTIMONIALS

We have seen many employees progress through apprenticeships, giving us the opportunity to produce high quality engineers

Darren Etherington, Production Director at Watson-Marlow

The value that the apprentices have added to our business has paid this back many times over

Michelle Pearce, Practice Director, RRL accountants

Apprenticeships aren’t just entry level jobs for youngsters coming straight out of school – they’re fantastic opportunities for upskilling existing employees too

Publican Mark Holden, Victoria Inn

It is absolutely essential that new blood is developed for the Bakery industry which is best done via the apprenticeship route

Mark Norton, Managing Director at Prima Bakeries

Apprentices invigorate our crews and the new roles have created a lot of excitement within the Service

Kathryn Billing, Cornwall Fire, Rescue and Community Safety Service Group Manager
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