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Young People's Skills Programme Apprentice
London Transport Museum

Opportunity closes: 19th May 2021
Type: Apprenticeship
Based: London
Salary: max £19,747

Website: ltmuseum.co.uk

London Transport Museum (LTM), located in the heart of Covent Garden, tells the story of the Capital city’s transport heritage. It is a thriving hub, celebrating London’s fascinating past and engaging people in debate about its future.

We are looking for an apprentice to support the continuing development and delivery of the Young People’s Skills Programme for 16–25 year olds over the course of 18 months.

Length of Apprenticeship: 18 months (full time, 35 hours per week)

Contract: Monday 28 June 2021 – Friday 30 December 2022

Salary: £19,747 per annum (London Living Wage)

Location: Based in offices at St James Park and remotely, with regular work at sites in Covent Garden and Acton

What is a Young People’s Skills Programme Apprentice?

Being an apprentice in our team will help you develop your skills, experience and networks as you begin your career in the cultural sector. As part of your role, you will study for a Level 3 in Business Administration and achieve a Gold Arts Award. We will provide additional training to help you establish yourself as a professional in the sector, including project management, goal setting and reflective practice.

This apprenticeship supports the Young People’s Skills team to deliver a range of inspiring learning activities for young Londoners to support them to build skills, knowledge and confidence to help them make an actual step on their career paths.

What are we looking for?

The Young People’s Skills Apprentice is a development role for young people. We do not have minimum work experience requirements but are looking for people who are:

· Aged 18 – 25, wishing to learn and gain new skills

· Have GCSE grade A-D (or equivalent) in English and Maths

· Problem-solvers with good organisational skills

· Excellent communicators

· Able to work within a team

· Enthusiastic about museums and working in the cultural sector

· Want to support others to be their best

· Reliable and able to manage their own time effectively

How To Apply

We are also running Online Info Sessions where you can meet a young person who has worked on our programme before, find out about all the roles available and ask any questions on:

  • Wednesday 5 May, 4-5pm
  • Monday 10 May, 11-12pm
  • Friday 14 May, 4-5pm

To Register for an Online Info Session, and to find out more and apply please visit: