Apprenticeships

The British Association of Removers (BAR) in association with BAR Affiliate TRS Training are able to provide removals apprenticeships to new employees and existing staff who wish to develop and take on a different role within their existing company.

All removals apprenticeships run for a minimum of 12 months and provide structure and funding for long-term staff development strategies.  It is an effective way for employers to expand their staff base by using an industry-tested formula which taps into available funding and training expertise.

Apprenticeships are a great for individuals who want to develop their career in the removals industry where they can develop through the roles of Porter to Large Goods Vehicle (LGV) Driver and Transport Manager.

The British Association of Removers (BAR) in association with BAR Affiliate TRS Training are able to provide removals apprenticeships to new employees and existing staff who wish to develop and take on a different role within their existing company.

All removals apprenticeships run for a minimum of 12 months and provide structure and funding for long-term staff development strategies.  It is an effective way for employers to expand their staff base by using an industry-tested formula which taps into available funding and training expertise.

Apprenticeships are a great for individuals who want to develop their career in the removals industry where they can develop through the roles of Porter to Large Goods Vehicle (LGV) Driver and Transport Manager.

Porter (Level 2)

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LGV Driver (Level 2)

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Traffic Office (Level 2)

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Transport Manager (Level 3)

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What is an Apprenticeship?

An apprenticeship is a genuine job which is underpinned by a programme of structured skills development.  Apprentices acquire skills through on-the-job practice which is supplemented by classroom learning, mentoring and other training including Maths and English if required. Apprentices are regularly assessed, and to complete the apprenticeship they must demonstrate that they have achieved a specified standard of skills. Apprenticeship skills standards have been defined by employers and experts from within the transport sector, including the BAR.

What is an Apprenticeship?

An apprenticeship is a genuine job which is underpinned by a programme of structured skills development.  Apprentices acquire skills through on-the-job practice which is supplemented by classroom learning, mentoring and other training including Maths and English if required. Apprentices are regularly assessed, and to complete the apprenticeship they must demonstrate that they have achieved a specified standard of skills. Apprenticeship skills standards have been defined by employers and experts from within the transport sector, including the BAR.

Large Employers (who have more than £3m in their wage bill)

Large Employers with £3m+ wage bill must pay Apprenticeships Levy and this is used to fund their Apprenticeships training.

Small Employers (who have more than £3m in their wage bill)

For smaller employers the Government will pay 95% of the training costs and the employer pays 5%.

For further information on apprenticeship funding please contact
TRS Training 
or visit: https://www.gov.uk/take-on-an-apprentice/get-funding

To find out more about a removals apprenticeship please contact:

British Association of Removers (BAR)
Email training@bar.co.uk
or call 01923 699 484

British Association of Removers (BAR)
Email kevinb@trstraining.net
or call 0844 355 0415

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