Age 16-18, no cost to you.
If you are age 19-23, your employer may be required to pay a contribution.
Apprenticeships take a minimum of 366 days, up to 18 months.
You cannot already have a higher level qualification in the same subject. Other eligibility criteria applies.
A range of on and off the job training, developing skills, knowledge and behaviours appropriate to the
apprenticeship or qualification
You will have completed the entire apprenticeship in fourteen to eighteen months
Level 2 apprenticeships are equivalent to 5 GCSEs
Level 3 apprenticeships are equivalent to 2 ‘A’ Levels
Financial assistance maybe available for some programmes in particular circumstances
You will need to attend an interview and complete two assessments
C grade or level 4/5 and above GCSEs or equivalent in English and Mathematics are required for level 3 apprenticeships
Please apply direct to vacancies or ‘get in touch’. We provide interview support and advice
on what employment will be like and how you can prepare. We also provide a ‘buddy’ to help you
settle in to your apprenticeship.
You may like to consider a higher level qualification once you have completed your Apprenticeship.
It is now possible to study up to a Level 7 as an Apprentice (Equivalent to a Masters Degree) with the training costs funded by the government.
An apprenticeship qualification is work related learning that will ensure you have knowledge and understanding of the role you are doing and will be the kickstart for your future career.
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