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It's not too late to apply for our apprenticeship scheme
With just less than six weeks left to apply for a Novus apprenticeship, youngsters across the country are encouraged to get their applications in as soon as possible by filling in the simple form here

We've been inundated with applications in this year's search for the brightest and best apprentices around the UK, to work at 13 selected locations.

With 25 full-time opportunities on offer in a range of trades, including carpentry and joinery as well as decorating and maintenance, we hope to help the country's most ambitious young people start their careers.
 
A dedicated mentor will guide new apprentices throughout their training and college-based learning. While on site, apprentices will work alongside qualified tradespeople and benefit from their expertise, continuing a tradition that we've proudly maintained for more than 75 years.
 
Our chairman, Stuart Seddon, and managing director, Neil Hand, both started out as Novus apprentices, and their success acts equally as an inspiration to new recruits and a reminder of the value of a strong apprentice scheme to the company.
 
Daniel Holdcroft, our current Apprentice of the Year, is encouraging other young people to join him on the apprentice scheme. He said: “The scheme is a fantastic chance for young people with the right attitude and potential to start to build a career.
 
“I’ve not looked back since I joined Novus and I would encourage anyone else considering an apprenticeship to take that first step and get their application in today.”
 
This year’s deadline for applications is 27th May. Candidates must be available for Novus’ ‘Apprentice Week’ 3rd-7th August, and ready to enroll for their college course in September.
 
To apply please click here and fill in the simple form with your details.  Alternatively, please contact 01782 598000 for more information. 
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