Anyone from 16 years old or over can become an Apprentice. Already popular with school and college leavers, apprenticeship applications are also increasing from professionals looking to learn new skills and re-train in another sector. Apprentices must hold a valid passport or birth certificate and National Insurance number.
Yes, an Apprentice will receive a wage based on their age and where they are on their apprenticeship journey. For more information, visit the Apprenticeship website: https://www.apprenticeships.gov.uk/
You will acquire the knowledge and expertise needed for a professional career. As well as gaining hands-on-experience, other benefits include formal training, personal development, and paid employment.
Apprenticeship vacancies can be found using the same methods for finding a job; LinkedIn, recruitment sites and platforms such as Indeed and they can also be found by searching specifically on companies of interest, on
their website and through LinkedIn. Authorised apprenticeship training providers may also offer apprenticeship placement services.
Organisations can also offer apprenticeship programmes for employees they are looking to upskill, therefore if you are already working in a company you wish to progress in, you may be able to ask your business if they can offer you an apprenticeship. Depending on the size of your organisation, they may not need to fund the cost of the apprenticeship. Smaller companies that have a wage bill of less than £3million per annum would be required to contribute 5% towards the cost of the apprenticeship programme.
We are an experienced and authorised apprenticeship training provider, working with organisations, from smaller businesses, charities, to global organisations. Our Apprenticeship Recruitment Consultants work with the applicant to help secure an apprenticeship placement that is suitable for both the business and the Apprentice.
Absolutely, there are numerous varieties of apprenticeships accessible. Your experience and the chances offered by your business will determine whether apprenticeship is best for you. But the majority of apprenticeships comprise the following fundamental components: The Functional Skills Qualifications (English and Math); the Apprenticeship Standard additional requirements or credentials as stated by the individual occupation. Advanced or higher apprenticeships can also serve as a launching pad for further education.
a Curriculum Specialist with extensive experience in the field who has received formal training and certification.
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