If you are 16-18yrs old, Chamber Training (Humber) Ltd will aim to source you full-time employment with a local company which guarantees you a wage whilst you work towards the full achievement of your apprenticeship standard. There are no set enrolment dates as we accept applications throughout the year.
- WE will provide you with employment opportunities
- WE will send your CV to employers
- WE will arrange the interviews for you
- ONCE you become employed you will earn at least the National Minimum Wage for Apprentices at the current rate of £4.15 per hour increasing to full National Minimum Wage or a higher salary upon completion of your apprenticeship.
- Your Career starts HERE!
Apprenticeships Available in ..
- Business Administrator
- Customer Service Practitioner
- Health & Social Care – Adult Care Worker
- Health and Social Care – Lead Adult Care Worker
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Everything You Need To Know About Apprenticeships
As an apprentice you are entitled to be paid at least the National Minimum Wage for all the time you spend working. Time spent in training counts as working time. Once training time is included your hourly rate of pay should be at least (from 1st April 2021):
- £4.30 if you are aged under 19 or in the first year of your apprenticeship.
- £6.56 if you are aged 19 to 20 and have completed the first year of your apprenticeship.
- £8.36 if you are aged 21 to 22 and have completed the first year of your apprenticeship.
- £8.91 if you are aged 23 or over and have completed the first year of your apprenticeship.
You can call the Acas helpline on 0300 123 1160 (Monday to Friday, 8am to 6pm) for help and advice on whether the minimum wage is being paid to you correctly. If you wish to make a complaint about your employer, Acas will transfer you to HM Revenue and Customs.
Complaints can also be made online at www.gov.uk/minimum-wage-complaint