What you need to know about our Police Staff apprenticeships
All Merseyside Police apprenticeships are paid above the minimum wage.
The apprenticeship can take between one and four years to complete
Anyone over the age of 16 can apply
You will normally spend four days on work placement and one day or at a training centre or college
You will develop a range of skills, including English and maths
You will complete and official Apprenticeship Standard directly related to what you do in the workplace
Police staff apprenticeships
Police Staff Apprenticeships are currently available at two levels:
Intermediate apprenticeships - equivalent to GSEs or other level 2 qualifications
Advanced apprenticeship - equivalent to A-levels or other level 3 qualifications
Motor vehicle apprenticeship
Earn while you learn with the Level 3 Motor vehicle Service and Maintenance Technician over a 4-year period after which you will be a qualified technician.
This apprenticeship has been designed to be recognised by Professional Engineering Institutions and successful apprentices can apply for the appropriate level of professional registration (EngTech).
From day one you will be working in fleet services in the motor vehicle workshop with experienced and talented technicians and engineers. You will also attend a high-quality training programme one-day per week (term time only) to gain all of the skills and knowledge required for the role.
With a starting salary of £18,790, this a great way to start your career the motor vehicle industry with Merseyside Police.
Entry requirements – Level 2 in Maths and English are essential for this role.
Our apprenticeship window for this position is currently closed.
Earn while you learn with the Level 2 Customer Service Practitioner over an 18-month period. On successful completion of your apprenticeship, you will be offered a permanent position in your department. All strands across the force will recruit Clerical Apprentices so you could be working in Criminal Justice, Corporate Support, The Academy, Local Policing to name a few.
Apprentices will work as an operational and support staff member providing locally delivered administrative and secretarial support service to our officers and staff.
From day one, you will be supported by a dedicated line manager and your award-winning training will be delivered by Riverside College in our state-of-the-art training facility.
With a starting salary of £18,501, this is fantastic way of joining Merseyside police with many of our apprentices progressing to other roles and being promoted within 12 months of completing their apprenticeship.
Entry requirements – Level 1 (D/3) in maths and English are essential along with good skills in IT, communication and customer service.