How Apprenticeships work
- You’ll need to be in employment for at least 30 hours per week. If you’re not already working we can help through our network of employers who are looking for Apprentices.
- You’ll need to be committed – not just to work, but to study and to meet deadlines, and your employer will need to be committed to support your development and learning.
- You’ll have regular meetings with your assessor who will guide you through the qualification and advise and support you as you progress through your Apprenticeship.
- On completion you will have achieved several qualifications and once they are all combined you will achieve your Apprenticeship certificate.
Who can do an apprenticeship?
- Anyone over 16 can apply to do an Apprenticeship - the programme starts once you commence employment.
- If you already have a job, you may also be eligible to start an Apprenticeship. We can advise you and your employer of the next steps.
So what are you waiting for? Remember…
- Our Apprenticeship training is available for many job roles.
- Apprenticeships are available for all ages.
- You can do the majority of learning in the workplace.
- Apprentices learn practical skills whilst earning a salary.
- You’ll gain nationally recognised qualifications.
- You’ll be taught by experts and tutors who have industry experience and knowledge, so they understand the industry in which you work.
- You’ll improve your general skills – such as communication, team working, creative thinking and self-management and punctuality – helping to make you a good rounded employee.