Jobs & Apprenticeships
DLWP work with Little Gate Farm in Beckley, Kent to host supported apprenticeships.
Supported apprenticeships give young people with learning disabilities and autism the opportunity to train “on the job” in paid apprenticeship placements. Little Gate Farm that everyone has the right to train for, find and thrive in paid employment and work with families and businesses across East Sussex and Kent to make this vision a reality. Their supported apprenticeships scheme are the result of a grant from the National Lottery.
We employed two supported apprentices: Ben Wilfort, who worked in the Communications department and Adam Templeman who works in the Front Of House team. Watch a short video with them discussing their new roles at DLWP on YouTube.
Ben has now left the De La Warr, having completed his apprenticeship with us. Adam remains in the Front Of House team and is doing a fantastic job.
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Read more about Little Gate Farm here
The De La Warr Pavilion is currently working with the UK government’s Kickstart programme. This is for people aged between 16 and 14 who claim universal credit.
Our Kickstarters are working front of house and in the marketing department.
WORKING AT THE DE LA WARR PAVILION
Please visit our Jobs & Opportunities page to see all current vacancies.
WHY DO YOU LIKE WORKING AT THE PAVILION?
Filmmaker, James Bloomfield, ask the People of the Pavilion “so, why do you like working here?” watch this short video to find out what they said.