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Apprenticeships combine work and learning, and is specifically for those who want to combine working towards gaining a qualification and gaining work experience – the best of both worlds.   

In order to apply you need to be:

  • Committed
  • Show interested in chosen career pathway
  • Aware of your responsibilities to both yourself and the company who would employ you
  • Prepared to combine further study and work and the demands required
  • Realistic about the amount of work you may have to do
  • Happy to work both as part of a team and an individual
  • Able to use your own initiative

Key benefits

  • Progress in your career:  you are more likely to progress and gain promotions
  • Achieve highly recognized qualifications
  • Learn job-specific skills: learn from knowledgeable tutors and work alongside experienced staff to gain in-demand skills.
  • Earn a salary
  • Earn UCAS points for your technical certificate to go to university.

Depending on your current skills and qualifications, there are three levels of apprenticeship you can apply for:

  • Intermediate level apprenticeship (level 2)
  • Advanced level apprenticeship (level 3)
  • Higher apprenticeship (level 4 or above) - University versus a higher level apprenticeships


  • Must be employed for a minimum of 30 hours a week(level 2)
  • Cannot be receiving funding for any other training(level 2)
  • Must satisfy one of the following:(level 3)
  • UK Citizen; or
EU National; or
EEA migrant worker who has been in the EU for past three years; or ‘Settled Status’ – i.e. resident in the UK for at least three years; or
Spouse of UK citizen or person with settled status who has been both married and resident in the UK for one year
Permanent UK National Insurance Number

Apply for an Apprenticeship

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