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Become an apprentice

Apprenticeships are an incredible chance on the off chance that you need to advance to a higher capability, gain work understanding and additionally follow a professional course to University or business.
The scope of abilities and information you accomplish will set you up for whichever future way you decide to seek after. Apprenticeships are accessible across most industry areas and are an incredible method to increase perceived capabilities while working and increasing genuine work environment experience.
Why become an apprentice

Studying an Apprenticeship offers you the opportunity to:

- Earn while you learn

- Get holiday pay

- Learn on the job

- Benefit from support during training

- Get the skills employers want

- Gain a nationally-recognised qualification

How does the Apprenticeship program work?

Knowledge element - this is the specialized endorsement and spreads the hypothesis which is conveyed when you go to College. These are the abilities you will try at work. Competence element - this is the viable side of your program, with targets and checks to ensure that your manager is supporting you and make sure that you are progressing. Functional Skills - this is the region that spreads English, Maths and ICT. Transferable skills - these are the abilities that assist you in building up your own learning and thinking.

What training can I expect to receive?

Apprenticeships are planned with the assistance of businesses to ensure they offer an organized program that takes you through the abilities you need. There are targets and checks to ensure that your manager is supporting you and you are gaining ground. As an employee, you will be in employment for most of your time as most training takes place on the job. The rest usually takes place at College or a specialist training organisation.

How many hours will I work?

Your employment will be for at least 30 hours per week. There may be a small number of circumstances where the learner cannot complete the full 30 hours. In these cases, employment will be for more than 16 hours per week.

Eligibility for Apprenticeships

To be eligible for an apprenticeship you must:
- Be ordinarily resident in the UK/EU for the last three years prior to the enrolment date
- Not be a graduate or qualified at Level 4 or above
- Not hold a vocational qualification in a similar subject area
- Not be participating in any other funded education or training including school or college course

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