About apprenticeships

Ealing Council apprenticeships

Become an apprentice at Ealing Council and make a difference to the lives of your friends, neighbours and family.

Ealing Council’s apprenticeship scheme provides an excellent opportunity for residents to develop skills, complete training, gain work experience and be paid.

Our apprenticeship scheme has regularly performed significantly higher than the national average. Many of our apprentices move onto the next level or into full-time jobs, including management positions within the council or employers in other sectors.

Ealing Council’s apprenticeship scheme is open to people who live or have studied in Ealing within the last three years and who meet the eligibility criteria.

Apprenticeship roles are available at the council  and across the borough to find out more contact apprenticeships@ealing.gov.uk or call: 020 8825 6234. 

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COVID 19 UPDATE

At this time we have put a hold on our recruitment to apprenticeship roles with Ealing council.  However, if you have lost your job because your skill sector has been affected by the pandemic then you might want to consider Get apprenticeship ready!

By joining get apprenticeship ready! you will receive:

  • A careers advice and guidance appointment to look at what would help you best at this time and in the long term
  • Your own personalised get apprenticeship ready! action plan
  • Regular updates from the apprenticeship team about opportunities, and motivational talks
  • Access to free courses
  • A regular call from our adviser to track your progress

Please contact the apprenticeship team on apprenticeships@ealing.gov.uk or call 02088256234 to register your interest in receiving this information.

More information about apprenticeships

National Apprenticeship Service
The English information and advice service on apprenticeships. Includes apprenticeship vacancies from across England.

Ealing Council’s Connexions service
Careers advice service for young people aged 16 – 19, or up to 25 for those with a disability.

GOV.UK
General information about apprenticeships and regulations.