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West Mercia Police offering apprentice the chance to earn while they learn

West Mercia Police is allowing people to learn valuable new skills while enjoying a competitive salary with a new apprenticeship role up for grabs.

The force's apprentice scheme offers a range of opportunities to join the police family, providing valuable workplace skills while offering support towards a professional apprenticeship.

West Mercia Police is currently recruiting for a Case Worker Assistant Apprentice in the Firearms and Explosives Licensing Unit, which closes on 18 November.

The force has taken on several apprentices over the years in a variety of roles, including within human resources, ICT, transport, finance, paralegal and support administration.

Assistant Chief Constable Martin Evans said: "Supporting our young people and giving them a step onto the employment ladder is hugely important to Warwickshire Police. Their enthusiasm and fresh ideas makes a very positive difference to us.

"In return, we offer a good salary, access to an apprenticeship network, opportunities to experience working in other areas of the force to gain a wider understanding of the organisation, and supervision and mentoring throughout the apprenticeship."

Mia Bewley, Business Support Apprentice, said: "This organisation has so much to offer and I wanted to feel as though I was making a difference. The opportunities are massive, I am supported so much and you can have experience in so many different departments and create relationships with so many people."

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