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Letters by Contract Types: Apprenticeship

Apprenticeships are the stepping stone to a great career, even if it’s only an entry-level work, learning the in’s and out’s of the industry is key to making it big. An apprenticeship cover letter shouldn’t be the cause of so much distress.

When writing your apprenticeship cover letter, keep it relatively short, it should be no longer tan one of an A4 paper. Your recruiter doesn’t want to have to spend that much time in reading a long cover letter. Any details you might want to include in your cover letter can be written in your CV. Try to avoid predictable sentence and cliches. Your cover letters is chance to show off your writing, so sending a something that looks like it was written for a robot probably won’t impress your recruiter.  If you feel like you're slipping into a monotone, varying your sentence length will work a treat.

But always make sure to proofread! Read your cover letter aloud over and over again. You might need to do several drafts to make it right, and consider to have a second pair of eyes to make sure everything is in place. Remember, the last thing you want in your application to an entry-level job is having grammatical errors left and right.