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Building the Future with our Apprentices

We’re celebrating the 15th National Apprenticeship Week and the theme this year is ‘build the future’. This reflects on how apprenticeships can help individuals to develop the skills and knowledge required for a rewarding career, and businesses to develop a talented workforce that is equipped with future-ready skills.

At Morgan Sindall Property Services (MSPS), we’re proud to currently have 44 apprentices across the business, helping us to achieve our business goals with the work that they do.

We have two different kinds of apprenticeships:

Upskilling – employees who have either applied or been selected for opportunities to progress and develop in their career. There are loads of fantastic courses available, from NVQs in trades roles right the way through to MBAs.
Direct – have been recruited through our Level 1 Traineeship programmes run by our Social Value team within our communities or through job adverts.

Hear From Our Apprentices
We’ve compiled a collection of videos, interviews and quotes from some of our apprentices sharing how they came to apply for the role, what they’ve enjoyed most, what they’ve learned and where they plan to go as they ‘build the future’.

Keep an eye on our blog page for more interviews with our apprentices across the week.

Dan Millea, Assistant Accountant, Sheffield

Jack Schofield, Property Maintenance Engineer Apprentice, Hunslet

Current Apprenticeship Opportunities
If you are interested in becoming an apprentice at Morgan Sindall Property Services, why not check out the below live vacancies we have?

Business Administration Apprentice
Read the full role description and apply here.
Apprentice Electrician
Read the full role description and apply here.

For further enquiries on these roles, please get in contact with Trainingmsps@morgansindall.com

As part of Apprenticeship Week our Social Value team are taking part in a series of virtual insight days over the course of the week to help students find out more about apprenticeships. You can find out more about these here.

We also have work to learn programmes in our communities which offer a chance for our residents to become an apprentice. Keep an eye on our LinkedIn and Twitter pages for when these programmes go live.