Apprenticeships

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Parent Zone

It’s a tricky business caring for someone’s future. Although we look after people on a much larger scale (there are over 28,000 people in our UK business), we understand the challenges you face. You just want to make sure they’re getting the right start in life, the right support, and the right opportunities for a blossoming future.

 

The great news is, Aldi’s one of the most reputable retailers in the global business market today. We’re winning all kinds of awards and new stores are springing up all over the country as we rapidly increase our market share. The things that make us a great retailer also make us a great employer. Everyone knows what’s expected of them, progression is based on merit and it’s easy to see how you can achieve personal success. You could say that your son or daughter’s future is in very capable hands.

 

We receive thousands of applications from apprentices every year, and many make it through the programme to achieve great things in our business. Their parents are often in the background having the same experiences and asking the same questions. Which is why we spoke to a current apprentice’s mum about what it was like to see her son go through the Aldi Apprenticeship. And you can watch that right here.

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Meet our Apprentices

From our stores through to the road, Aldi apprentices are everywhere. You might see them stacking shelves, loading vehicles or sitting behind the wheel. Wherever they are, they all have one thing in common – an Aldi personality. They love working hard to achieve the best results. And they’d never leave a job for someone else to do. It’s that spirit that has made us such a successful retailer, and why our people are such a success. But why read about the Aldi type, when you can actually see it? Well, you can do just that by watching these videos.

Meet our Apprentices

From our stores through to the road, Aldi apprentices are everywhere. You might see them stacking shelves, loading vehicles or sitting behind the wheel. Wherever they are, they all have one thing in common – an Aldi personality. They love working hard to achieve the best results. And they’d never leave a job for someone else to do. It’s that spirit that has made us such a successful retailer, and why our people are such a success. But why read about the Aldi type, when you can actually see it? Well, you can do just that by watching these videos.

Adam Radley

Meet our Apprentices

From our stores through to the road, Aldi apprentices are everywhere. You might see them stacking shelves, loading vehicles or sitting behind the wheel. Wherever they are, they all have one thing in common – an Aldi personality. They love working hard to achieve the best results. And they’d never leave a job for someone else to do. It’s that spirit that has made us such a successful retailer, and why our people are such a success. But why read about the Aldi type, when you can actually see it? Well, you can do just that by watching these videos.

Andrew (Logistics Apprentice)

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Dates for your diary

Why not meet us in person? You can find out some great information, and even chat to current apprentices at a whole range of events. To help you find the event nearest to you, we’ve put together this nifty little calendar. We’ve also included important dates such as application deadlines, which you can then put into your diary. Organisation is the key to success, after all.

  • March

    1st March 2017
    National Careers Guidance Show
    Olympia, London
    1st March 2017
    Skills South West (1st-2nd March)
    Plymouth Pavilions
    3rd March 2017
    What Career Live (3rd-4th March)
    NEC, Birmingham
    6th March 2017
    National Apprenticeship Show (6th-7th March)
    Sandown Park
    6th March 2017
    Application Window Opens

    8th March 2017
    Apprenticeships Event
    ICC, Birmingham
    9th March 2017
    National Careers Guidance Show
    Centenary Pavilions, Leeds
    9th March 2017
    Milkround Parents Evening Event
    Blue Fin Building, London
    10th March 2017
    Apprenticeships Event
    Cardiff City Stadium
    13th March 2017
    National Apprenticeship Show (13th-14th March)
    MK Arena
    14th March 2017
    Skills East of England Show (14th-15th March)
    Crowne Plaza, Colchester
    16th March 2017
    Apprenticeships Event
    International Centre, Telford
    29th March 2017
    Skills North West (29th-30th March)
    Event City, Manchester
  • April

    19th April 2017
    National Apprenticeship Show (19th-20th April)
    Viewpoint, Exeter
  • October

    6th October 2017
    What Career Live (6th-7th October)
    Excel, London
    16th October 2017
    National Apprenticeship Show (16th-17th October)
    Manchester Central

 

Apprentices need GCSEs in Maths and English, grade 4 and above (minimum grade C or equivalent). For our Drivers Programme, you’ll also need to have held a clean and full UK Driving licence for a minimum of 2 years.

So, you’ve checked out our programmes, met our apprentices, and even organised your diary. All that’s left to do now is apply. Go for it.