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40 jobs for aged 16-24

Created on 10/07/2019 @ 10:39
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Young people leaving school, college or university across Wales this summer are being advised to check out a range of job vacancies being advertised by an award-winning training provider with its head office in Welshpool.

Cambrian Training, one of the Wales’ leading work-based learning providers, has around 40 Jobs Growth Wales (JGW) and apprenticeship vacancies on offer on its website, with more being added daily. 

To apply for the job opportunities, visit or use the social media hash tag #cambrianjobsearch.

Cambrian Training provides work-based apprenticeships in a range of sectors and supports businesses across Wales.

With thousands of young people now entering the jobs market after completing their studies at school, college or university, it’s a prime time of the year for employers across Wales to recruit talented new staff.

The Welsh Government’s JGW programme, which is supported by the European Social Fund, is designed to provide young, work-ready people with a valuable opportunity to kick start their career.

The programme also aims to encourage growing businesses across Wales to create sustainable job opportunities for unemployed and job ready young people between the ages of 16-24 years. Most JGW recruits progress to an apprenticeship at the end of their six-month work placement.

New recruits are paid at least the national minimum wage for a minimum of 25 hours a week and the programme reimburses half of their wage cost for the first six months.

To raise awareness of these job opportunities, Cambrian Training lists all vacancies on its website, all social media channels and the Jobs Growth Wales section of the Careers Wales website.

Cambrian Training, which also has offices in Llanelli, Builth Wells, Holyhead and Colwyn Bay, is developing positive links with schools across Wales to make students aware of the wide-ranging apprenticeship opportunities available to them.

The company is seeking to increase its school links this year by offering to run vocational activities and to provide careers advice, so that students and their parents are aware of all the opportunities and learning pathways available to them.

Employers interested in creating a job opportunity must complete an Expression Of Interest form at For more information, contact Cambrian Training on or phone; 01938 555893.

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