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I am thinking of taking someone on as an apprentice. I have been told that if I do, their training provider, in this case Gloucester College, will want to come and see me for a safety audit. Has anyone had any experience of what this involves.
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Hi Dan

I was told that they make an initial visit to see if you are going to be a suitable employer for an apprentice. Then about every 12 weeks they come out to see how everything is going and visit you and apprentice on site.

If you've not got anyone in mind, or could perhaps run to two apprentices, I'm off to Gloucester college this September, provided that is I can find someone to work for during my apprenticeship.

David
 
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PAUL M

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They Will Want To Check You Have Employers Liability Insurance In Place And All The Health And Safety Policy Etc ,etc.
 
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Cirrus

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I finish 3 years at Gloscol in a weeks time, where ya based?? Not after a job as stupidly paid and very happy - just interested cos I know of peps looking for a step up the ladder.
 

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