Get a career for life

with a JTL apprenticeship

A trade is always with you

A JTL apprenticeship in the building services engineering sector will give you skills and a trade for life.

If you’re leaving school this year and you’re not sure whether further or higher education is right for you, an apprenticeship could be the answer.  Apprenticeships allow you to combine practical training in a job with study. You will gain hands-on experience, earn a wage and learn skills that employers want, helping you to develop a rewarding career.

A JTL apprenticeship can be started at 16 and completed within 4 years. There is plenty of demand for new talent in the sector with huge potential to progress up the career ladder. Electricians and plumbing & heating engineers can earn on average around £32k per year once qualified.

Follow these 6 simple steps to get started with your apprenticeship…

You can find out more by taking a look at the links to further information below, or else if you’re ready to apply, you can click through to our application form using the blue button below.


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Why choose JTL?

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Find out about being a JIB registered apprentice

Thanks to a partnership between JTL and the Joint Industry Board (JIB), you can get access to a wide range of benefits that can help you throughout your apprenticeship and beyond.

JTL registers all its apprentices with the JIB, an organisation that sets employment standards across the electrical industry.

Because you’re registered with the JIB, you’re eligible for a number of benefits at no cost to you.

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