Hiring an Intern

If you can’t commit to hiring an Apprentice, an intern could be the perfect solution for your organisation. Kaplan will work with you to create a bespoke internship lasting a minimum of four weeks, designed around your business.

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Why an Internship?

  • No wage cost

    Instead of paying a wage you provide mentoring and support and help the intern gain skills for the future

  • No long-term commitment

    Provide a quality placement and reference if you are unable to offer an Apprenticeship.

  • Extra help during busy periods

    Recruit in advance for placements during busy periods so both you and your intern benefit

  • Help young people

    Help young people gain valuable work experience and generate a positive reputation for your company

Who are Internships for?

Internships are designed for 16 - 24 year olds who are keen and hungry to work but have struggled to find an Apprenticeship because of a lack of skills or experience. Interns are available to work in  a variety of business sectors, including accountancy, business administration and customer service. They hold no more than 1 A-level or 3 AS-levels.

How can Kaplan help?

Kaplan will work with you to identify your business need for an intern and design a programme that benefits both you and the young person.

We provide your intern with job-specific training and career coaching and you will receive on-going support for the time your intern is with you.

Our large bank of available interns enables us to select the right young people who are keen to gain experience and start working. We will interview and screen candidates and find the best match for your business.

Get in touch

To ask a question or begin the process of hiring an apprentice, call 01908 540066 or send your contact details and we’ll get in touch.

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