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NCHA has a track record of providing apprenticeships in housing, social care, building trades and business administration.

We work in partnership with the National Apprenticeship Service and local colleges to provide tailor-made opportunities across the organisation and through our contractors.

NCHA Apprenticeship vacancies are displayed on our current vacancies page.
Click here for a list of current vacancies.

We also advertise Apprenticeship opportunities on behalf of Access Training who are a work based learning provider based in the East Midlands. 

Access Training have been successfully providing training and education in the East Midlands area for over 30 years. They provide Apprenticeship, Traineeship and many other training programmes to learners of all ages (subject to funding eligibility)
Please click here to view Access Training's current Apprenticeship opportunities.

Thinking of a career in social care?

NCHA is always looking for staff who want to develop their career in social care. Staff who work for NCHA get access to an extensive training programme in health and social care and the opportunity to take a qualification relevant to their job. We have ongoing vacancies for care assistants and bank care assistants which can provide you with a way to start your career and earn while you learn.

Click here for a list of current vacancies.

Nottingham Jobs Fund

For the past four years NCHA has worked with Nottingham City Council’s Nottingham Jobs Fund (NJF) which aims to support local people into employment by providing twelve months work in real jobs with training opportunities. During this time NCHA has created 34 opportunities through the NJF programme for people who were unemployed. Twenty of these people obtained permanent jobs with NCHA with a further eight obtaining jobs with other employers and three still on programme. These staff were struggling to find work prior to their NCHA/NJF placement. Since obtaining experience in a real job and then a permanent and training with NCHA, many of them have become high achievers and show great potential for the future. 

Click here for a list of current vacancies.

Future Jobs Fund

NCHA provided 34 people with jobs through the Future Jobs Fund programme which helped them to move in to long-term employment, further education and training opportunities.