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Apprenticeships are nationally recognised qualifications with “On the job” training available to those aged 16 and over.

Apprenticeships take a minimum of 12 months to complete, depending on the sector and level, however, some can last up to four years. Throughout the time of the Apprenticeship, an Apprentice is trained and guided towards a skilled role gaining industry knowledge and the skills required to do the job in the sector of their choice.

An Apprenticeship is the ideal way to earn whilst you learn, combining elements of education, training and employment simultaneously. Apprenticeships offer the same tasks and roles as regular employment, though there is a greater amount of support.

Advantages of an Apprenticeship

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What does an Apprenticeship consist of?

The competence element, which was called an NVQ and is now made up of units from the QCF (Qualification Credit Framework) enables the achievement of credits and qualifications and supports progression.

The Technical Certificate is the knowledge behind the QCF and there are various methods to complete this such as multiple choice test and/or completion of a workbook.

Employer Rights and Responsibilities to help Apprentices to understand their rights as an Employee and their Employer’s responsibilities.

Functional Skills: English, Maths and ICT will be completed where applicable.

Apprenticeships take 12 months for a level 2 framework completion.

Apprentices complete their qualification via electronic portfolio. They also have access to online resources via our virtual learning environment (Moodle).

They are able to email and text their Training Consultant at any time to discuss any part of their course.