PEOPLE in Tenbury are being encouraged to consider an apprenticeship.

Worcestershire County Council’s Cabinet members have been encouraging residents to look into what apprenticeships can offer.

Taking a lead has been Ken Pollock, who represents Tenbury on Worcestershire County Council, where he also has an economic development role.

The Council Cabinet have been wearing the Worcester Apprenticeships ‘Proud to Support Apprenticeships’ Badges and have even been joining in the ‘Selfie Campaign.’

There’s a huge choice of career paths available as an apprentice in Worcestershire, and opportunities across all age ranges too.

The County Council has been a supporter of apprenticeships as a route into new employment for many years now.

It doesn’t matter whether you are currently looking for employment, thinking of changing your career, or keen to further your development to help you forge ahead in your chosen career path.

There are over 240 types of apprenticeship to get involved with nationally, meaning there really is something new for everyone of all ages to learn and work towards earning as they learn.