8.30am – 5pm Monday to Friday, with a twenty minute tea break and 50 minute lunch break.
Total hours per week: 37.5
Intermediate Level Apprenticeship
London, SE18 6RS
F.I.T-Shirts was established in 1991 under the railway arches of London Bridge. We have worked hard to secure our position and reputation and are now one of the leading trade suppliers of screen printed merchandise in the UK and Europe.
We operate from a modern, purpose built factory in London’s historic Royal Arsenal, with state of the art machinery and a dedicated team of printers, packers, seamstresses, screen makers and artists who have centuries of experience between them.
We are a family run business who love what we do and the quality of our print, attention to detail and service to customers set us aside from our competitors.
The successful Apprentice will be working in both Goods In and Goods Out within the Warehouse of a Textile Screen Printing company. Duties will include receiving deliveries,booking in stock,pulling jobs for the print floor,preparing jobs for shipping,creating and emailing delivery notes, booking couriers and general up keep of the warehouse area.
In Goods In, you are expected to learn how to:
In Goods Out:
In general, you will be expected to keep the warehouse area clean, to liaise with the office, packing dept and print floor to ensure jobs move throughout production in a timely manner.
During the apprenticeship you will receive in house training in the warehouse and the basics on the production floor. You will also receive training in FLT and manual handling.
A – C in GCSE Maths and English (or equivalent)
A – C in IT would be helpful but not essential
Yes, a permanent, full time contract could be offered upon successful completion of 15 month apprenticeship.
Things to consider:
Qualification: Supply Chain Warehouse Operative
Duration: 13 months
Course Type: Apprenticeship Standard
Apprenticeship Delivery: Work based qualification. A tutor will visit you every 4-6 weeks in your work place.
The programme is spread across 13 months and typically covers 10 units with the option to take on extra stretch and challenge units if desired. These units are split into 3 themes which complement each other and create a better learning experience:
1) Working Safely in a Warehouse
2) Working with others
3) Operations and Administration
The programme will also require the apprentice to cover Employee Rights and Responsibilities (ERR) and Personal Learning and Thinking Skills (PLTS)
Apprentices also work towards a Level 2 qualification in English and maths in the first half of the programme if they have no prior exemption (GCSE’s A – C or equivalents in English and Maths).
Apprenticeship National Minimum Wage:
This applies to 16-18 year old apprentices and those aged over 19 in the first year of their Apprenticeship. For all other apprentices the National Minimum wage appropriate to their age applies.
The National Minimum Wage (NMW) for Apprentices is £3.50 per hour.