A campaign aiming to create 1,000 new apprenticeships has received the backing of West Midlands Fire Service.

The service is offering new training to specialist members of staff, known as ‘complex needs officers’, who work with vulnerable members of the community.

The staff can now study towards a level 2 diploma in adult social care and also an apprenticeship qualification as part of Ladder for Greater Birmingham which was launched last year and is aiming to create 1,000 new apprentices across Birmingham and Solihull.

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