Shared Apprenticeships South West has initiated an Incentive Scheme. It’s aim is to make it more appealing for current apprentices to recommend the SASW to friends, family, coworkers or acquaintances. After a successful recommendation apprentices will receive vouchers to either Amazon, Screwfix or Jewsons to encourage them to spend it wisely and help them in their chosen career.
To recommend a potential apprentice or host contractor please fill out the form directly below and email email@example.com
If you are suggesting an apprentice then they must fill out an application form found here and mention you where it asks, “How did you hear about Shared Apprenticeships?”
Please find other FAQ’s below
When will I get the voucher?
You will receive the incentive if;
- They mention you in their application form
- You complete the incentive scheme form
- If they sign up as an apprentice with the scheme and they successfully get through their 3-month probation period.
- If they are a host employer, they need to successfully host an apprentice for a minimum of 13 weeks.
How much will I get?
You will receive the following amount/s in vouchers;
- For recommending an apprentice, £50 for yourself and £50 for the apprentice.
- For recommending a host employer, £100 for yourself.
Will people with convictions be considered?
Yes, we do not discriminate against people with previous convictions. – As long as the apprentice is successful in their interview/s, just like any other candidate.
Is there an age limit?
An apprentice must be at least 16 years old at the time of registration with Shared Apprenticeships South West.
Who can I recommend?
Regarding an apprentice, anyone who is interested in pursuing a career in construction starting with an apprenticeship. Whether it be a family member, friend or acquaintance.
Regarding a host employer, any appropriate construction company that are registered to CITB big or small who are willing to take on an apprentice.
Does the host employer need to be CITB registered?
Yes, or willing to register. To register there are no cost implications unless their turnover is above £80,000.