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Develop new skills, progress your career

Gain a qualification in Performing Manufacturing Operations on our Textiles Manufacturing Apprenticeship. Based in Leicester, it combines practical, on-the-job experience with study time at college. You’ll learn how to manufacture household textiles such as curtains and blinds, and to produce beautiful, bespoke products for our customers.

We also offer a range of apprenticeships to existing colleagues. Ranging from Level 2 up to degree level, they include Digital, HR, Finance, IT, Retail, Customer Service and Logistics.

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What we offer

To meet the needs of our ever-evolving business, we constantly develop the know-how of our colleagues. Our own bespoke workshops and training events, nationally recognised qualifications, clear career paths and succession planning all help our people learn and grow. We know there’s a positive link between the skills of our people and the high level of customer service we deliver. That’s why you can expect training and development that will help you in your current role and give you the chance to go further.

Hannah – People Apprentice

Getting to know about business through practical work experience

Hannah started as an apprentice in December 2017. She’d already worked part-time in a Retail store while studying for her A Levels. Rather than going to university, she liked the idea of learning on the job, earning money and getting hands-on experience at the same time. She joined People Services and is now working towards Level 3 Business Administration, with the added option of studying a Diploma in Business Administration.

"I genuinely enjoy coming to work each day and learning new things. With the apprenticeship I have a foot in the door and I’m going to make the most of the opportunity."

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What happens next?

Make your application

Follow the on-screen instructions and, when you’re happy with your form, press submit.


We look through the information to assess how suitable you are for the role. We’ll get back to you as soon as we can.

Assessment centre

If you pass initial screening, we’ll invite you to an assessment centre where you’ll meet us and other applicants. Before you come we’ll ask you to visit a store. On the day you’ll take part in a few simple exercises that help you show off your skills and decide if the role is right for you.

Final decision

Within a week, we’ll give you feedback on your performance and, with any luck, we’ll offer you a job!