Apprenticeships we offer
Apprentice Standards have been designed by employers with the focus now being on developing skills needed for the available job role. As a result, the employer is heavily involved with the planning and eventual progression of the Apprenticeship in order to ensure that the Apprentice undergoing the training will develop the right skills, knowledge and behaviour for the job. Use the button to access our Apprenticeship Standard overviews which will breakdown what is covered by each standard and their method of assessment.
An Apprenticeship is a fantastic way to develop the skills and knowledge required to excel in a particular job role. As all of our Apprenticeship Programmes are designed alongside employers, you are guaranteed to receive training that will help you excel in your chosen career. Here are a few of the potential careers you could end up pursuing by choosing to apply for an Apprenticeship.
Teaching assistants support teachers and help children with reading, writing and learning activities.
Chefs prepare, cook and present food in hotels, bars and restaurants.
Veterinary nurses provide assistance to veterinarians in the treatment and care of sick or injured animals
Admin assistants give support to offices by organising meetings, typing documents and updating computer records.
Engineering craft machinists use lathes, cutters and grinders to make parts used in manufacturing and engineering.
Facilities managers oversee the operation and maintenance of building systems and services.
Newspaper journalists investigate and write up stories for local, regional and national newspapers.
Florists sell flowers and related products in a wholesale or retail business, and design and make up floral bouquets, wreaths, tributes and other floral arrangements for sale to the public
IT technical support staff diagnose and solve software and hardware problems for computer users.
Nurses care for adults who are sick, injured or have physical disabilities.
Dentists diagnose and treat teeth and mouth problems, and work to prevent dental disease and promote oral health.
Hairdressers and Barbers cut, style and colour clients' hair to create the look they want.
Bricklayers build houses, repair walls and chimneys, and refurbish decorative stonework. They also work on restoration projects.
Sports coaches teach sports skills to individuals and teams of all abilities.
Solicitors advise and act on behalf of individuals, organisations, businesses and government departments in legal matters.
Levels of Apprenticeships
When applying for an Apprenticeship, it's also really important that you consider what level of study to begin at. The right Apprenticeship for you will depend on your interests, skill level and where you would like to progress to in the future.
The level of the Apprenticeship is determined by the job role that the Apprentice is in and their prior knowledge and experience. For example, a Higher Apprenticeship would require more responsibility in the job role than either an Intermediate or Advanced Apprenticeship.