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Earn while you learn

An apprenticeship is a real job that provides hands-on experience and training, You will 'earn as you learn and gain a qualification whilst progressing within your chosen career. Anyone living in England, over 16 years old and not in full-time education can apply. The current National Minimum Wage for an apprentice is £5.28 per hour if you are under 19 old or aged 19 or over but in the first year of your apprenticeship. After this time the National Minimum Wage relevant to your age applies. We can offer apprenticeships in a wide range of areas - just click on the subjects listed below for full details.

Current Vacancies

Please see a list of our current Apprenticeship vacancies below

What's an Apprenticeship?

A real qualification

An apprenticeship is a paid job where an employee learns and gains valuable experiences through on-the-job and off-the-job training. Apprentices complete structured learning to gain the knowledge, skills and behaviours required to complete their apprenticeship.

An apprenticeship includes:

  • paid employment with holiday
  • hands-on-experience in a sector/role of your choice
  • at least 6 hours of the working week is off-the-job training
  • formal assessment which leads to an apprenticeship qualification


Apprenticeship Levels

An apprenticeship can start at any level but will require:

  • previous qualifications such as English or Maths GCSE
  • or additional training in English or MAthss to ensure the apprentice is at the required level

Intermediate Level 2 – Equivalent to GCSE

Advanced Level 3 – Equaivuilent to A Level

Higher Level 4, 5, 6, 7 – Foundation degree and above

Degree Level 6 and Level 7 – Bachelor’s or master’s degree

A real future

After finishing their apprenticeship, the majority of apprentices (85%) will stay in employment, with two-thirds (64%) staying with the same employer.

A third (32%) of all former apprentices had received a promotion within 12 months of finishing, and of those in work, three quarters (75%) reported taking on more responsibility in their job.

Employers think that qualified apprentices are 15% more employable than those with other qualifications.

See what some of our Apprenticeship Alumni have gone on to do

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