Midlands Apprenticeships and Evenbreak are delighted to announce a new partnership that will see the two companies working together to recruit people with disabilities into apprenticeship roles.
Midlands Apprenticeships latest vacancies are now being posted on Evenbreak’s not-for-profit, specialist online jobs board. The service is used by many thousands of candidates so Midlands Apprenticeships is expecting a high level of disabled candidates to apply for roles.
Evenbreak will also promote Midlands Apprenticeships’ services to its database of around 300 employers to encourage more companies to open up opportunities for apprentices.
Lawrence Bearne, who coordinates Employer Engagement for Midlands Apprenticeships, said:
“We are delighted to have formed a partnership with Evenbreak. We are an inclusive jobs provider so this is a fantastic opportunity to widen the pool of candidates we can attract. Our mission is to help disadvantaged young people find an effective way into the world of work – and this partnership will help us to do just that.”
Jane Hatton, Director of Evenbreak said:
“By working with Midlands Apprenticeships we are opening up more opportunities for our young disabled candidates. We are very much looking forwards to seeing the results of the partnership and hope to see many of our candidates successfully placed into work.