What will the apprentice be doing?
As part of a vibrant team, you'll learn to manage caseloads, conduct research & become a genealogy expert. You'll learn:
What training will the apprentice take and what qualification will the apprentice get at the end?
- Finding cases from a government published list
- Contacting contractors to work on cases & preparing quotes
- Conducting research to find family members, beneficiaries of wills & ancestors
- Work with solicitors, banks & other professionals to administer paperwork
- Updating case notes on the software system
- Answering the telephone, emails & general admin
- Greeting office visitors
During your apprenticeship, you will be studying towards your L4 Associate Project Manager Award, delivered by Professional Apprenticeships, who were voted the region's best training provider and have achieved the highest Ofsted rating.
During this advanced apprenticeship, you will learn a vast range of knowledge, skills and behaviours, covering such topics as the basics of project management, budgeting, project planning, working with contractors and so much more.What is the expected career progression after this apprenticeship?
There are huge opportunities for progression following successful completion of your apprenticeship. This is your chance to specialise in a really interesting area and develop a long-term career in genealogy. If you have ever wondered about your own family history or have dabbled in researching your family tree, this is your chance to take your first steps into a thrilling new career.
Requirements and prospects Desired skills and personal qualities
Communication skills, IT skills, Attention to detail, Organisation skills, Problem solving skills, Presentation skills, Number skills, Analytical skills, Logical, Team working, Initiative Qualifications
GCSE or equivalent English (Grade 4/C or above) Essential
GCSE or equivalent Maths (Grade 4/C or above) Essential