Employment and Training

Employment and Training

If you are looking for work or are just eager to learn, take a look at the opportunites we offer below and see if there is one that suits you.


If you or any one of your children would like to join our apprenticeship scheme then email the Customer Services to register your interest.

Together with our partners we have many apprenticeship opportunites each year that we offer .

The apprenticeships are open to you if you are between the ages of 16 to 24 years. They last for at least one year and offer:

  • A real wage
  • Work experience
  • A qualification to at least NVQ Level 2

So if you are interested in a career in any of the areas below then contact the Customer Services by email: customerservices@inquilabha.org or call Customer services on 0208 607 7777.

Apprenticeship careers in:

  • Business Administration
  • Customer Services
  • Accounts and Finance
  • Carpentry
  • Electrics
  • Plumbing

Shauna Morrissey

At the beginning of the year I found myself unemployed. For months I applied for loads of different types of jobs. I was looking for a job in an office when thankfully I noticed an apprenticeship opportunity at Inquilab. My apprenticeship lasts for 12 months and I will gain a level 2 in customer service and business administration. I have only been here a few weeks and I have learnt so much already I am really looking forward to what the future holds. One day I hope to be a Housing Officer!


If you are interested in a career in Housing, why not think about applying for our Internship programme. This programme offers up to one year of paid work experience and the chance to study for a qualification in Housing. Whether you want to work with us full-time or part-time we might offer the opportunity for you. Contact the Customer Services on 0208 607 7777 for any further information about this scheme.

Farheen Tahir

Earlier this year I was studying for a degree in Sociology at Middlesex University. I really enjoyed my course but with over half of graduates being unemployed on leaving University I was concerned about finding a job. Thankfully, I noticed that my Housing Association offer an Internship programme where you can gain valuable work experience and gain a qualification in Housing. The Internship lasts for at least six months and the job prospects are good. I am two months into my Internship and am learning something new every day. I am working as an Assistant Housing Officer and am really looking forward to the future.