In the unfortunate event that your employer is making you redundant before the end of your apprenticeship, we can offer support and guidance to help you seek employment for the remaining duration of your apprenticeship programme.
As your training provider we may still be able to offer training in the short term whilst our Careers team support you to help find a new employer. We can provide advice and guidance, and signposting to resources such as how to approach employers and understanding your skills.
If you are at risk of redundancy or have been made redundant please contact the Apprenticeships team at email@example.com to find out if there are current vacancies with our University of Brighton partner organisations.
You can also contact our Careers team on Facebook and via Twitter and you can follow our careers blog for career development news, events and opportunities.
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Yes, the Apprenticeships team will be able to advise on current vacancies with partner organisations, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also arrange to meet with a member of the Careers team who can help you to find employment, please email email@example.com.
You can approach employers directly and make a speculative application. Alternatively, you can find an employer to continue your apprenticeship with through the Government's vacancy sharing service.
You may require a Break in Learning whilst a new training agreement is signed, please contact the Apprenticeships team at firstname.lastname@example.org for more advice. Off-the-job hours can continue to be logged through personal development during this time.
There is a three-month window in which you can find an employer if you have more than six months remaining on your training programme. If you have less than six months please contact the Apprenticeships team at email@example.com for support.
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