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On Site was set up in 1996 to help local people to get jobs and training in construction. With so much re-development of the city going on, Bristol City Council and others wanted to make sure that as many local people as possible could get the jobs on offer.

Employers who are looking to take on an apprentice now is the time to get in contact with us so we can support your organisation in taking on apprentices in the construction trade.

We have a very high success rate and are now looking for more employers to work with us.

Darren Perkins

Apprenticeships manager

Darren Perkins

Apprenticeships manager

Currently developing a whole Council apprenticeship scheme and helping maintain On Site Bristol

Ian Moore

Team Leader

Ian Moore

Team Leader

Managing a team of 6 Training Officers, responsible for the management of the construction apprenticeships and meeting ESFA contractual obligations. Staff performance, disciplinary issues with apprentices, liaising with sub-contractors and monitoring performance, attending career events and giving presentations

Faye Johnson

Training officer

Faye Johnson

Training officer

Plan, organise and deliver IAG sessions for students helping them develop strategies for securing employment for their apprenticeship. Co-ordinate inductions for new learners, develop and organise elements of our quality management, and organise our award ceremony.

Briony Goodwin

Training Officer - Outreach

Briony Goodwin

Training Officer - Outreach

I have 2 roles, I coordinate all the outreach work for On Site Bristol. This means I liaise with all our partner organisations (i.e. schools, colleges etc.) and I attend their careers events giving information to students and

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Tracey Sperring

Training Officer

Tracey Sperring

Training Officer

I am currently a training officer for On Site Bristol. I invigilate our assessments, conduct interviews, carry out H&S site visits, assist on school assemblies and career events, monitor college attendance, Support the employer and the apprentice throughout the program,

Ami McGrath

Training Officer

Ami McGrath

Training Officer

Help apprentices to progress well on their courses, maintain communication between learners, employers & providers.

Anne Day

Training Officer

Anne Day

Training Officer

Training Officer working with young people who have secured plumbing apprenticeship, their employers and training provider to ensure timely completion of qualification.

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Katrina Payne

Training Officer

Katrina Payne

Training Officer

I manage a caseload of learners in which I mentor and coach and coordinate the on and off the training to enable them to achieve a qualification.

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  • Applications closed

    Due to high demand our application form has been closed early. We will re-open to new applicants on the 1st December We will work with people who have already applied as normal. If you have any questions please email our team […]

  • Assessments and interviews taking place now!

    On Site Bristol is busy scheduling assessments and interviews and the past few months have been busy! If you are looking for an apprenticeship in the construction industry, especially Painting & Decorating and /or Bricklaying, we would welcome your application ASAP. Just click on the ‘APPLY’ tab at the top of the page. […]

Together

On Site Bristol is part of Bristol City Council but acts as a broker for students and employers to successfully complete an apprenticeship. All applicants are considered for positions within the Council trade teams as well as other opportunities with employers working in the local area.

We do it all

On Site process acts as a ‘one-stop shop’; we take care of training, funding and general support. Our success rate is 94% and is considerably higher than our local competitors.

Why

From the point of view of a school leaver, apprenticeships do have some advantages compared with the other options available.

For example, one thing that often holds back new university graduates is not having the level of work experience required to work in their chosen field – this is something that usually has to be worked for in their own time.

With an apprenticeship, though, you’re actually doing the job while you qualify.