Apprenticeships

What is an apprenticeship?

A work-based training programme designed around the needs of employers, which lead to nationally recognised qualifications.

Apprenticeship Vacancies

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As apprenticeships are work-based training programmes, most of the training is ‘on the job’ – at your premises. We can provide the rest as a specialist-learning provider, ensuring your apprentice increases skills, knowledge and employability.

Employing an apprentice involves the following:
– Employing someone for a minimum of 12 months
– Paying a minimum £3.50 per hour for a minimum of 30 hours per week (approximately £5,400 per year)
– Mentoring and managing the individual as you would any member of staff
– Supporting their learning and development to increase their worth to your organisation

Training will include the following:
– Delivery of an NVQ Level 2 or 3 in given subject area
– Delivery of a technical certificate
– Delivery of key skills – Literacy, Numeracy & ICT

Government funding eligibility:
– 16-23 years of age
– Has not gained qualifications higher than Level 3

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A Parent’s Guide to Apprenticeships