Listing of Apprentice Electricians Looking For Jobs. (see comments at bottom of this Page).
Please Note: There’s also an Electrician’s Mates Page.
If you need a hand and want to give someone an opportunity to prove themselves you’ve arrived at the right place. You can search below for electrical apprentices who are looking to find work in your area.
With jobs in short supply these are difficult times for trainee electricians who need to gain work experience.
Many are attending college and will already have a good knowledge of the health and safety and regs side of electrical work, but they need a job to complete their practical training and qualifications.
Don’t be put off from making contact even if the comment was placed a while ago. There could be a keen trainee still waiting and desperate to work.
Good Luck and please let me know how you get on. Steve.
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Suggetions of how to find work as an Apprentice / Trainee Electrician.
This section may be helpful to those wishing to find an Apprentice or Trainee Electrician job vacancy. You can add you details to the listing at the bottom of the page for free. Prospective employers may then find this page by searching online.
Here are some suggestions of how to start to find Apprentice Electrician or Trainee Electrician vacancies in your area:
- Get a free listing on this page by using the comments form below this article. You could do a ‘+1’ and some FaceBook liking whilst you’re down there and don’t forget to include your area and email address in your comment.
- You could start by looking for work as an electrician’s mate whilst checking out your options for enrolling on a college course.
- Tell friends and family that you want to train as an electrician. They may know electricians or meet them on site and can ask about work for you.
- Search for companies in local publications such as phone books and trade directories. You can telephone the company or send your CV. You can ask if they have any job vacancies and also offer to send your CV. They can then keep your details on record and can contact you should any vacancy arise in the future.
- Search online for local electrical businesses and electrical contractors that you think may be suitable. Make a shortlist and then contact them by telephone or in person and offer them your CV. Simply emailing them is not a good idea.
- Online Electrical Forums and websites such as ElectriciansForums can be a good place to find out about apprentice electrician jobs and learn more about the electrical work and the construction industry.
- Many colleges and training centres run their own trade trainee apprenticeships schemes and will often try to find permanent placements for their students with local electrical contractors.
- Try local recruitment and employment agencies such as Job Centre Plus. They will have contacts with companies who may recruiting trainees / apprentices.
- Classified Ads for trainee electrician jobs in your Local Papers.
- Search the Apprenticeship Vacancies website.
Here are a couple more ideas for finding Trainee Electrician Jobs:
Check out the Indeed.co.uk for multiple up to date listings.
How to use LinkedIn to find a Job.
Many of the electrical installation courses for electrical apprentices are fully funded by the government and are free of charge for students aged 16 to 18. However a contribution to the cost of the course is required from the employer for trainees aged 19 to 24. Courses may be block or day release and the Level 3 qualification will require trainees to be working in a permanently employed position. To find out more about NVQ, BTEC and City & Guilds electrical training you can read the article about electrical engineering and apprenticeship courses.
Listing of Apprentice Electricians Looking For Jobs
*Employers can look for Apprentices in the comments section below*.
*Electrician’s Apprentices get a free listing on this page by using the comments form below*.
Don’t forget to include your locality, qualifications and experience. Good Luck!