UK SCHOOLS

Please find below a list of frequently asked questions:

Do I need to attend an interview?

The first stage of the process is a short skype interview. If successful you'll be invited to a six-day assessment course, where you're assessed on different criteria, learn insight about the business, meet some new peopel and make some fantastic new friends.

I already have a CRB check, do I need another one?

If you've signed up and paid for the new DBS Updated service we do require you provide us with some details to carry out your check. If you've  not signed up to this service, in2actions policy is to carry out an enhanced disclosure check for every employee. We'll send you forms and details of how to complete this.

How much money do I need for the assessment / training course?

Your food and accommodation are provided for during training, so all you need is pocket money for any snacks or drinks you want to buy.

I'm not very fit, will this affect my assessment?

No, The assessment period is active, but we have no minimum fitness requirements.

I want to apply with my partner/ friend, is this possible?

All applications are welcome, however each individual is offered a position on their own merits.

Do I bring my luggage for the season to the assessment course?

Yes, following successful completion of the 5 / 6 day assessment, you'll move straight into a training period. You normally start work straight away.

Can we get time off after training course before starting work?

You'll receive some days off during your training, to be confirmed after your assessment course.

What sort of accommodation do I stay in?

When working in the UK you'll be provided with sharing accommodation units that are moden, comfortable and clean. Living on site  is great fun and you’ll be guaranteed to make friends for life.

Can I take time off during the season?

UK staff accrue paid holidays at the rate of 2 days for every completed month's service. All accrued holiday days must be taken before the end of contract and you may be required to take them at times laid down by the company. For most staff this means that you're only required to work 5 1/2 days per week as the other 1/2 day is accrued holiday.

Are there opportunities to develop my career?

Yes. Our well structured management development programme runs every year for motivated and enthusiastic staff keen to progress.

What our clients say

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John Irvine
CEO, Wight Fibre
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