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Current Vacancies

Please see the listing below for details of our current vacancies.

                                                                                                                     

APPRENTICESHIPS

You can view the full details of these vacancies by clicking on the vacancy title.

To apply for any of these vacancies, you will need to register with the National Apprenticeship website. www.apprenticeships.gov.uk/how_to_apply

Please contact Sue Kelly on 01332 794910 for further details

WORKSOP - Apprentice Landscape Operative

RETFORD - Poultry Farming Apprentice

BAKEWELL - Dairy Farming Apprentice

NOTTINGHAM - Landscape Gardening Apprentice

SWADLINCOTE - Horticulture Apprenticeship

ATHERSTONE - Agriculture Apprenticeship

TAMWORTH - Farming Apprenticeship

ASHBOURNE - Agriculture Apprenticeship

NEWARK - Horticulture Apprenticeship 

ASHBOURNE - Agriculture Apprenticeship 

 

WOODBOROUGH NOTTINGHAM - Animal Care Apprentice

Animal care apprentice (Kennel Hand) Hours of work Monday to Friday 8am - 4pm (1 hour lunchbreak). Driving licence and own transport required. Must be confident in dealing with all aspects of dog care. If you would like more information please contact the Business Development Team at DART on 01332 794910.

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About DART

DART was founded in 1999 to meet a growing demand for work based training and development. We work closely with Government funding agencies, City and Guilds and the National Apprenticeship Service to provide a range a high quality courses and qualifications.Read More...

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Apprenticeships explained

You can start an Apprenticeship from the age of 16. You must be enthusiastic, willing to learn from others and be committed to the training.Read More...

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Employers

Apprenticeships help to improve productivity and lead you to be more competitive. Training apprentices can also be more cost effective than hiring skilled staff, leading to lower overall training and recruitment costs.Read More...

Courses Coming Up

NEW Online Booking System now in place!

See our upcoming courses

Courses not listed on the upcoming courses sheet and run on a supply and demand basis. We operate a waiting list and when we have enough candidates for a course, dates are set. We can give you a quote on providing a course with less candidates.

We also offer Bespoke training courses for which you will receive a DART Certificate, this will be tailored to your needs. We can give you a quote on this if you let us know your requirements.

If you would like to be added to the waiting list or you have a query, please email us at ShortCourses@darttraining.co.uk or call us on 01332 794910 (option 2)

Latest News

Apprenticeship Minimum Wage Increase

As of 1 October 2015 the Apprenticeship Minimum Wage will be £3.30 an hour. This hourly rate is for the first year of the Apprenticeship, after which it should be increased to the National Minimum Wage according to the Apprentice’s age. Under 18 - £3.87 18-20 - £5.30 21 and over - £6.70 Please contact the DART Office if you have any queries on this matter. Read More...

Buy Your NUS Apprentice Extra Card online

If your Apprenticeship Training is through DART you can buy your NUS Apprentice extra Card Online. Buying an Apprentice extra card is easy and you can do it by following the link below. http://www.apprenticeextra.co.uk/buy-now.aspx All you need is your debit/credit card and a photo then you can buy now online. Choose DART as your apprentice provider from the list, enter a few details and your card will be with you within 7 working days, ready for you to start saving. Read More...

Enrichment Programme Agriculture Apprentices

You can now download DARTs enrichment programme January - June 2016 for Agriculture Apprentices here: Read More...

From Traineeship to Apprenticeship

Commitment and drive have certainly paid off for DART learner Laura Whitton. Laura began on a DART Traineeship in December 2014. Her programme aims were to gain hands on experience on a professional equestrian yard. Laura continued her vocational training by progressing onto a Study Programme, working towards a Work Based Learning Level 1 Horse care qualification. Laura has proven herself to be determined and willing, gaining in skills and confidence. Jane and Emily Portas, proprietors of Wingerworth Equestrian Services, are so impressed with Laura’s drive and commitment they have offered Laura an apprenticeship opportunity which she has happily accepted! Laura says: “ Being on a professional yard has taught me good customer service and how to work with competition horses and young stock. I have been supported well by Jane, Emily and DART and am looking forward to starting my apprenticeship.” Read More...

Apprentices to Business owners!

Many young people dream of running their own business, but it can often take many years before they’re in a position to take the plunge and go it alone. That’s not the case for former DART Training learners Josh and Sam Weedon from Eastwood, who at 23 and 20 years old respectively, are already running their own successful tree surgery and garden maintenance business.Read More...

Wheels to Work

Struggling to get to your job? Can’t afford a car? Wheels to Work can help by providing one of two solutions to get you to work /training. If you’re over 16 and live in Derbyshire or Nottinghamshire why not take a look at the website below to see if you can apply. http://www.wheelstowork.org/ Read More...

Another successful DART learner!

Alex Roberts from Alfreton, Derbyshire went to college to study Travel and Tourism. However, when he saw a job close to home on the National Apprenticeship website that meant he could combine his studying with a job earning money, Alex decided to apply. The bonus was that the apprenticeship was at a golf club. This suited him too, as he had always had a love of sport. Now, only four years on from that decision, Alex has become Head Greenkeeper at Shirland Golf Club, Alfreton having completed both an apprenticeship (Level 2) and an advanced apprenticeship (Level 3) in Horticulture/Sports Turf with DART training. Read More...

NSA Junior Shepherd Competition Results

We would like to say a big “thank you” to all who took part in this fantastic event! Read More...

Next Event Dates

DART will be attending the following school career events ..

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