Top Tips for applying for a Apprenticeship.

When applying  for a apprenticeship it is important to remember that  its the first impression your possible future employers will get of you, so you best make it count!

  1. Concentrate on the application.

Apprenticeship vacancies often attract very high numbers of applicants. Your application needs to stand out – but for the right reasons.

2. Include all your details.

If A Employer reads your application and finds it promising, you want them to be able to contact you right?  Applications with missing details can be very frustrating for employers.

3. Sell Yourself.

Apprenticeships are becoming more and more popular meaning that you need to really sell yourself to an employer, make yourself fit the job and show off any skills you have.

4.Check your spellings!

Make sure to check all spellings and grammar,  This is important as it shows a good level of written communication and attention to detail.

5. Alter the application

Amend your application to fit around what each company want or ask for in the ad. Research the company a little before sending off the application.

6. check it over.

Last but not least check and double check your application. You want it to be perfect

To find out what apprenticeships we offer visit our website: http://www.steadfasttraining.co.uk/What-We-Offer-Learners.asp

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Why you need a Fire Warden in your work place.

The important role that fire wardens play in ensuring your business is prepared for a fire emergency should not be underestimated. Along with your emergency plan, fire wardens are an important role to ensure that your workplace is prepared should an emergency like a fire occur.

While there is no requirement set in law to have fire wardens, it is important to appoint fire wardens to ensure that you meet your health and safety obligations in relation to emergency plans and procedures.

what does a fire warden do?

  • Regular fire risk assessments.
  • Fire prevention procedures to be carried out throughout the day.
  • Maintenance of fire emergency systems, including alarms, lighting and other safety features.
  • Maintenance of firefighting equipment, including the extinguishers.
  • Nominate and train competent persons to assist with the fire evacuation.
  • Provide information to staff and relevant people.
  • Produce a fire emergency plan.

Correct Fire warden training is crucial for a safe work environment, We offer a great online course to train your staff that are looking to become a designated Fire Marshal. Check it out here: http://www.steadfasttraining.co.uk/fire-marshall-training.asp