What is an Apprenticeship?
An apprenticeship gives you hands-on experience, a salary and an opportunity to train while you work. You’ll get:
A real job and opportunity to gain qualifications up to degree level
A competitive salary whilst all your training is paid for
Hands on experience and opportunity to learn skills that employers want
Who can do an apprenticeship?
Anyone over the age of 16, living in England and not in full-time education. There’s no upper age limit and you could even have a job already, using it as an opportunity to gain qualifications and additional skills.
What can I do an apprenticeship in?
Apprenticeships are available across a huge range of industries. They include areas like law, finance, education, sales, marketing and IT as well as more traditional subjects. Qualifications can be from Level 2 (GCSE equivalent) to Level 7 (Masters Degree equivalent).
How much will I get paid?
It depends on your age, experience, job role, industry and location. You’ll get at least the apprenticeship minimum wage in year 1 and National Minimum Wage in year 2. Many employers choose to pay more. All your tuition and qualification costs will be covered too, including degree level apprenticeships.