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Apprentice Corner

Apprentice Corner has two purposes:

1) help students without an employer to find one

2) showcase the work of apprentices / students of all levels.

Level 1 and 2 P&D students without an employer

If you are going through college but have no employer, writing blogs is a great way to reach potential employers and explain to them about the work and projects you have completed as part of your coursework and training.

Level 1 & 2 students without an employer, submit a blog

The format is simple: Explain the brief; what you did and the materials you used; share what you learned, what you won’t do again; add some photos. That’s it, you just blogged! We will do the rest.

We will publish your articles and they will get read by a lot of potential employers.

Employers looking for Level 1, 2, 3 & 4 P&D students

If you are one of the many tradesmen visiting this site every month, read the blogs for a good insight into what students or apprentices in your area are capable of doing. Those that make the effort to blog, should make prime candidates for a work placement or apprenticeship spot.

Read blogs from students looking for a work placement / apprenticeship in your area »

Level 1, 2, 3 & 4 painting & decorating students with an employer

Traditional Painter will showcase apprentices’ work and projects.

Students & apprentices with an employer, submit a blog

You are also the painters and decorators and masters of the future. Show everyone what is coming down the line.

Read blogs from apprentices learning with a firm »

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