Kirklees Council’s Apprenticeship Hub has 50 jobs up for grabs across North Kirklees.
Opportunities are being advertised in a variety of workplaces for those aged 16 and over to learn a trade.
An apprentice earns a minimum of £2.68 an hour at first and usually works around 30 hours or more a week, attending college or training part-time.
ABirstall cafe is searching for a 16-year-old apprentice cook and general assistant to help prepare food.
In Liversedge, a healthcare company is seeking an apprentice business administrator to be paid £3 an hour, requiring them to input data and answer calls.
A kitchen manufacturer in Dewsbury is on the lookout for an apprentice planner to work 37.5 hours a week, which includes maintaining a database of customer orders.
To find out more about the above vacancies or search for others, visit www.workabout.org.uk. Businesses considering taking on apprentices should go to www.kirklees.gov.uk/employment/apprenticeships.