Blenheim Palace and Estate aims to train 100 apprentices by 2027
Learning a range of trades, including bricklaying, carpentry and plumbing, the apprentices will follow a 24-month Blenheim Estate apprenticeship programme, which could lead to full-time employment with the Oxfordshire housebuilder.
Dominic Hare, Blenheim CEO, said: “The Blenheim Estate apprenticeship programme is something I am immensely proud of. We are helping young, local people learn and develop skills and set them up for a blossoming career.
“Our apprentices are some of our best people, and they are also injecting a new lease of life into the veteran staff who are being given the opportunity to teach their trades to a new generation.
“The passing down of skills, principles and practices is a vital part of building not only a legacy which anyone can be proud of, but also a community which improves the quality of life for future residents.”
For more details of the apprenticeship programme, visit www.blenheimpalace.com/careers