Apprenticeships and Traineeships can be suitable for both school leavers as well as people who already have work experience. The great news is that all apprenticeships involve both study for a qualification that’s relevant to your industry, as well as on-the-job training, so you get paid from the start. For more detailed information about apprenticeships, visit apprenticeships.gov.uk and findapprenticeships.co.uk.
What apprenticeships are available?
Each apprenticeship is different: employers advertise different roles depending on what the needs of their business are. However, while job titles are different, your apprenticeship will still follow a strict guideline for your sector (known as a framework or standard) to ensure that you receive a quality experience and achieve your qualification.
- Digital Apprenticeships
Digital Marketing, Infrastructure Technician, Network Engineer and Unified Communication Technician
Children and Young Peoples Workforce
Traineeship Programmes are a government initiated program to support 16-23-year-olds into work. They prepare young people for their future careers by helping them to become ‘work ready’, providing essential work preparation training, Maths, English and vital work experience needed to get an apprenticeship or other jobs:
A Traineeship will put you in a better position to compete for an apprenticeship or alternate jobs:
- Traineeships give you the opportunity to build your CV and get vital experience with local and national employers
- Improving your English and Maths skills will boost your chances of getting a job, as well as improving your long term prospects and earning potential over your lifetime
- Work preparation training ensures young people have the skills and confidence needed for an Apprenticeship or other jobs
- Meaningful work experience provides insight and experience of the world of work, making them more attractive to potential Employers
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