Looking for an apprenticeship with an award-winning company? Keen to learn your trade from the best in the industry?
Then you’ve come to the right place. Redrow is not just one of the most acclaimed housebuilders in the country we are also CITB Apprentice Employee of the Year. We’re also serious about nurturing young talent. At any one time, we have upwards of 130 apprentices learning one of the key housing trades as well as recruiting office apprentices. With that mind, it’s perhaps not surprising that we’ve been named in the Top 100 Apprenticeship Employers list for five consecutive years.
Why be an apprentice at Redrow?
Learn from the best – We’re an award-winning housebuilder, renowned throughout the industry for the quality of our homes. That’s why, wherever you join us, you’ll be learning your skills from the very best. It really is the gold standard.
Earn while you learn – Apprentice and Trainee programmes are a great way to get qualifications whilst also earning a good wage. At the end of your programme, you won’t be left with a mountain of debt, but you will have the invaluable work experience that so many graduates lack. At Redrow, we pay better than most, with wages for all of our Apprenticeships being above the Government Standard.
A clear career path – We’re very serious about developing the careers of our Apprentices and Trainees. We make sure we’ve picked the most advantageous qualifications for you to study towards and we give you the support you need to attain them. We also provide clear career progression paths, so that those Apprentices and Trainees who stay on with us can see a clear route into management.
Redrow are a proud supporter of the Government’s #GetInGoFar Apprenticeship campaign and a member of the 5% Club.
Redrow have helped me to achieve my ambitions, they really care about developing people
I particularly enjoy having my own daily responsibilities. I have a busy workload and I have to use my initiative to prioritise tasks.
I started here straight after school and I haven’t looked back since.
Whilst there’s an important educational side to the apprenticeship, it’s genuinely fun and sociable too: I’ve got to know a lot of people from the other trades while I’ve been here.
If you enjoy practical work instead of classroom work, then an apprenticeship is definitely worthwhile.
I get the chance to learn about a lot of different roles on site and build up my experience.
There’s a fair amount of variety in my role at the moment, so I get experience in a range of areas.