Addleshaw Goddard launches legal apprenticeship scheme
Addleshaw Goddard has launched a legal apprenticeship scheme within its transaction services team.
Leading to an NVQ Level 3 Advanced Apprenticeship in Legal Services, the scheme is currently being advertised through schools, colleges and recruitment agencies to students completing A-levels or an equivalent qualification this summer.
Ten apprenticeships with a starting salary of £12,000 are available this year, with the possibility of a larger cohort in future years.
Starting in autumn 2013 and based in Manchester, each apprentice will have a dedicated supervisor and mentor and will receive extensive in-house training as well as tailored assessment and training from an external training provider to complete the NVQ.
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