An Sales Apprentice is required for a leading Electrical Wholesaler. The candidate will learn all the products to liaise with customers on the sales counter and within the Sales office, will also be required to do some Warehouse work. Fantastic career progression opportunity for the right candidate.
Closing date: 11 Dec 2023
£10,982.40 to £21,673.60
Apprentices are paid for their normal working hours and training that's part of their apprenticeship (usually one day per week).Minimum Wage Rates
Total hours per week: 40.0
Possible start date
01 Jan 2024
16 Oct 2023
Level 2 (GCSE)
What you will do in your working day
City Electrical Factors - It all started on the 16th July 1951. From humble beginnings and a single store based in Coventry back in 1951 City Electrical Factors has grown at a sustained and impressive rate where we now have 400 outlets throughout the United Kingdom.
What is an Electrical Wholesaler?
Electrical wholesalers sell the products we all use in our homes, businesses, entertainment venues, cafes that give us access to electricity - from lighting our homes through to floodlighting a football match, from recharging a mobile phone to recharging an electric vehicle. The products you will be working with are used in domestic, industrial, and commercial settings, and are installed by contractors and electricians.
CEF - We are looking for a highly motivated apprentice to join our busy branch. After full training responsibilities will include:
- Managing stock in and out (to external clients)
- Picking and packing
- Store transfers and stock control
- Completing the paperwork within the office
- Raising quotations
- Trade counter
- Sales calls
- Processing orders
- Answering the telephone
- Some heavy lifting will be involved with loading and unloading the vans
The training you will be getting
Completing a Trade Supply Apprenticeship Lv2, consisting of:
- Knowledge and Competence qualification in Trade Supplier at Level 2
- Functional Skills in maths and English if required
- End point assessment - Final test and observation
The vocational and academic training aspects are separated and delivered by separate teams. The vocational training and assessment is conducted, more often than not, on site according to the employers wishes. Notice of dates is agreed well in advance of a site visit. Training and assessment is conducted both on and off the job, according to the needs of the course and the learner. Every effort is made to ensure the best result is achieved by the learner.
What to expect at the end of your apprenticeship
Opportunities that could arise after the apprenticeship are:
- Sales Team Member
- Counter Sales
- Warehouse Supervisor
- Sales Rep
Requirements and prospects
Desired skills and personal qualities
GCSE or equivalent Maths (Grade 4-9) Essential
Things to consider
About the employer
LEARNING SKILLS PARTNERSHIP LTD
Adjustments for experience
You could reduce your training time, or finish your apprenticeship faster, if you have relevant prior learning or experience. This could be relevant:
- qualifications, like an NVQ in a relevant field
- industry or sector experience
Level 2 (GCSE)
If your application is successful, you will have a chance to discuss your relevant prior learning or experience with your training provider and employer. You will all need to agree any adjustments to your training plan.
You should be prepared to show your competence, and evidence of relevant qualifications
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