What is an Apprenticeship?
An Apprenticeship is a real job with training so you can earn while you learn and pick up some nationally recognised qualifications as you go. Apprenticeships take between one and four years to complete and cover 1500 job roles in a wide range of industries, from things like engineering to finance advice, veterinary nursing to accountancy.
As an employee, you can earn as you learn and gain practical skills from the workplace. The scheme gives learners in the 16-18 or 19+ age categories, the chance to sample a real work environment whilst learning.
Apprentices are supported by both our recruitment and delivery teams who provide a comprehensive individual Information, Advice and Guidance including pre-screening and advice on interview skills, we closely match your objectives to the right role. Tutors and Assessors provide bespoke training at your workplace and assess the practical work skills and knowledge.
What are the benefits?
What qualification can I do?
The qualification that you will do depends very much on your interests, choice of careers or duties you carry out in the work place. Our partners offer apprenticeships in Childcare and Education and Health and Social Care.
Does my qualification require me to take any exams?
Some of these qualifications may need you to take an exam, these will be organised with your needs in mind.
Do I have to go to College?
No, our training does not involve you going to college, your work towards the qualification is assessed by the employers at your placement and one of our assessors who will meet you monthly and find out how you have been getting on in regards to the work you have been completing.
What are progression routes after completing the apprenticeship?
When can I start?
You can start an apprenticeship programme at any time of the year, although this is dependent on the employer with whom you are securing your apprenticeship job.