Best of both worlds: Work and learn.

  • It’s a real job, you’ll work a minimum of 30 hours a week
  • You will earn a salary
  • You will work along side experienced staff 
  • You will develop job-specific skills and knowledge
  • You will have regular (often monthly) assessments to track your progress
  • Some apprenticeships require an assessment upon completion, to test your ability and competence to do the job
  • You will be busy - working and learning at the same time
  • You will need to be committed and focussed to succeed

“I’d recommended an apprenticeship to everybody as I have really enjoyed learning so much and getting to experience a real work environment which will give me a qualification and open up opportunities for my future.”

 

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