Apprenticeships in areas including health and social care and school catering are on offer now with Derbyshire County Council.
The authority has more than 50 apprenticeships available across the county in a range of subjects.
Chief executive Ian Stephenson said: “We’re delighted to be able to offer more than 50 apprenticeships this year.
“An apprenticeship offers a great way into the world of work and we hope as many people as possible come along to the recruitment days to see what we have on offer.”
Apprenticeships on offer include: vehicle mechanic based in Dove Holes, roadworker based in Chapel-en-le-Frith, school catering based in Buxton or Glossop and joiner based at Dove Holes. In addition, health and social care apprenticeships are also available across the county.
Recruitment days are taking place throughout April to give potential new apprentices the chance to find out more, pick up an application form and take part in mini skills workshops.
The first is at the council’s headquarters at County Hall, Matlock, on April 13 from 3pm to 6.30pm, with a second event at Dove Holes Community Centre on April 29 from 3pm to 6pm.
Application forms are also available at www.dcc-apprenticeships.co.uk and will close on May 10.