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ACO have apprenticeship vacancies available in Swansea now. Contact us at to book an interview.

What are apprenticeships?

An opportunity to achieve nationally recognised qualifications whilst being employed in a job. Typically with ACO, you would go to work for 4 days per week and attend the training centre for 1 day per week to work on your chosen qualifications. A chance to earn while you learn.

What apprenticeship career routes do ACO offer?

Business and Administration, Accounting, Customer Service and IT User.

What apprenticeship programmes do ACO have available?

Foundation Apprenticeships (Level 2), Apprenticeships (Level 3), Higher Apprenticeships (Level 4). We also occasionally offer Traineeships (Level 1).

What are the benefits of an apprenticeship?

Getting a job - 97% of all apprentices who complete their training are employed and offered a full time job. Gaining nationally recognised qualifications. Developing and improving your skills. Getting practical and relevant work experience to enhance your career. No costs - the Welsh Government currently funds apprenticeships in Wales. Improve your employment choices.

Who can apply?

Anyone over 16 years of age. Those looking to gain work experience and qualifications. School and college leavers looking for work-based training. Those returning to work after a career break or unemployment. Those facing redundancy. Those wanting to gain qualifications and skills in their current job role. There are certain restrictions on age and job role for particular routes, these vary, please ask a staff member for more information.



The Apprenticeship and Traineeship programmes, led by the Welsh Government, are supported by the European Social Fund.

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