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apprenticeship agreement dated [insert date]
[Name of Employer] [of [insert address] OR a company incorporated in [Scotland] (registered number [insert number]) whose registered office is at [insert address]] (we or us); and
[Name of APPRENTICE] of [insert address] (you).
This agreement is a contract of apprenticeship. It is for a fixed term of [insert the duration of the fixed term, eg four years], subject to the terms of this agreement. We are not required to retain you on its expiry.
You are engaged on the terms and conditions set out in this agreement.
Your apprenticeship (and your continuous employment) with us under this agreement [started on OR will start on] [insert date] and, subject to the terms of this agreement, will continue until [insert date, being the date of expiry of the fixed term][ unless terminated earlier by either you or us giving no less than [insert number] [weeks’ OR months’] notice[ expiring at any time OR expiring on or after [insert date]]]. No period of employment with any previous employer counts as part of your period of continuous employment with us.
Your appointment and your continuing employment are at all times conditional upon you being permitted to work in the UK.
You are engaged as an apprentice [insert details of the trade or occupation to which the apprentice
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