Apprenticeships

Apprenticeships

Apprenticeships

Pure Potential are hosting a series of webinars over the coming months with some excellent companies about their apprenticeships and school leaver opportunities.
If you are considering what your options are and would like to know more about apprenticeships then join us for our first webinar in the series, Unilever tells all about apprenticeships.

Date – Wed 15th Feb 2017
Time – 13:00 – 14:00

Location – This is a virtual webinar so you all you need is an internet connection and a laptop or tablet. Hopefully as this is during half term you’ll be able to find a quiet space at home to log into the webinar.

This webinar is open to students and parents who would like to know more about what an apprenticeship entails, hear from current apprentices and get some hints and tips on the how the Unilever recruitment process works. You can read more about the Unilever apprenticeships below.

To register for this webinar, please click here

The webinar is provided by Unilever. This is what they have to say about their apprenticeships:

“Do you want to kick-start your career in one of the world’s largest consumer goods companies? Every day, two billion people in 190 countries buy and use Unilever products including Persil, Dove, Magnum, Hellman’s, Marmite and Lynx.
Why Choose a Unilever Apprenticeship?
At Unilever, we give you the skills and support you need to unlock a bright future that’s full of opportunities and new experiences.
We offer different apprenticeships to take your career in exciting directions in:

  1. Business
  2. Engineering
  3. Science
  4. Supply Chain
  5. Technology

Our apprentices receive lots of hands-on training from experienced professionals and are given real responsibility to help deliver innovative ways to meet our consumers’ everyday needs for nutrition, hygiene and personal care.
We look for individuals from diverse backgrounds with plenty of drive and self-motivation that can bring a new perspective and fresh way of thinking to our business. You’ll need excellent communication and teamwork skills and know how to organise a varied workload. You’ll be able to contribute ideas, solve problems and think for yourself.
The application is simple and starts online where you’ll tell us about your life experiences, activities, interests, education and career aspirations. From there, we’ll be in touch to guide you through each step of the way.”