Employment of people under 16
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Employment of Young People in Warrington.
When a company has a job vacancy they need to advertise it, otherwise nobody will know about the vacancy in the first place. They might advertise online on websites like Indeed or Monster. You often see jobs for smaller businesses in local newspapers, too, and small shops might decide to put an advert in their window.
Sometimes (especially in retail) it can be worth asking in a shop if there are any current vacancies. You should always ask for the manager if you do this.
If you don’t have a computer you can use then Contact Warrington has computer access to help you with your job search. There are also advisers from the Warrington Life team there, who can help you with your search.
We keep a list of all available apprenticeships in Warrington on our website and update it regularly. This is a great way to find local apprenticeships quickly.
There are a number of ways that you can search and apply for Apprenticeships but the main source of Apprenticeship vacancies is the National Apprenticeship website. You’ll need an account on this site to apply for apprenticeships – if you need help one of our advisers can help you do this.
Tips on how to find an Apprenticeship (PDF download)
It’s important to know how much you should be earning in your job, and your minimum wage will change depending on how old you are. You can find out all about the different minimum wages here.
Warrington Life work out of Contact Warrington in Warrington town centre.
You can contact Warrington Life by calling into Contact Warrington see us or by contacting us directly to arrange an appointment
Warrington Life run a yearly Careers Event called
Your future. Your choice. Move on.
Warrington Life have Facebook and Twitter pages with information on local opportunities, apprenticeships and jobs in the Warrington area:
Facebook – Careers for Young People Warrington
Twitter – @Careersforyp
We also have members of staff who work across the different parts of Warrington and can support you with your job search:
If you would like to speak to a member of staff somewhere near you let us know.
The Hours for our Contact Centre are:
Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 10am-3pm
Did you know that you are now required to be in education or training until your 18th birthday, or until you have gained a level 3 qualification (whichever comes first)? This is called raising the participant age (RPA) and is a legal requirement for everyone aged 16-18.
You can have a job instead of an apprenticeship if you like, but it must have accredited training as part of the job.
Last Updated: 19th August 2019