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We’re looking for two River Conservation Apprentices to work alongside our Volunteer Supervisor and help with the delivery of the Ribble Life Together project.

The apprentices will be involved in both physical conservation projects such as fencing, tree planting, fish pass maintenance and litter clean ups, and activities that inform, engage and inspire people to be more actively involved in looking after their local environment, such as guided walks about projects that have been delivered.

The apprenticeships will start in September 2017 and will last for two years. They will provide work-based training and trainees will study qualifications in both Horticulture (Landscape Operative) and Environmental Conservation at Craven College. Apprentices will also gain a range of certificated skills which are vital in land-based industries and will be assisted with the costs of transport to training.

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For more information and to apply, contact  Sally Whitaker, Assistant Apprenticeships Manager at Craven College on 01756 693685 or email