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We are asking pupils due to leave school this year to ‘think ahead’ and get their career plans in place now, to start an apprenticeship with JTL this September. 

JTL is a leading national independent training provider, with over 25 years’ experience of successfully delivering electrical and plumbing & heating apprenticeships to the building services engineering sector.

As places at JTL training centres and partner colleges are in high demand for this September, we are advising pupils to think ahead and start looking for a potential apprenticeship employer now before leaving school, and to get their application in to us early using our online application system. 

A JTL apprenticeship can be started at 16 (once individuals have a National Insurance number) and completed within 4 years. Our programmes are suitable for those who are practically minded and who want to start earning a wage straight away.

There is plenty of demand for new talent in the sector with excellent earnings potential (fully qualified electricians and plumbers can earn salaries of £32k and over) and huge potential to progress up the career ladder.

We have created a short film to help explain how to get started with a JTL apprenticeship in 6 simple steps, which we invite you to share with you below.  

To view the film and to find out more, visit the JTL website

A Trade is Always with You. Start a JTL apprenticeship this September.

Train for an exciting and rewarding career in the trades with a JTL apprenticeship.

JTL is a leading national independent training provider, with over 25 years’ experience of successfully delivering electrical and plumbing & heating apprenticeships to the building services engineering sector.

A JTL apprenticeship can be started from the age of 16 (once you have a National Insurance number) and completed within 4 years. Our programmes are ideal for anyone who is practically minded, and who wants to start earning a wage straight away.

There is plenty of demand for new talent in the sector with excellent earnings potential (fully qualified electricians and plumbers can earn salaries of £32k and over) and huge potential to progress up the career ladder.