Become an Apprentice
What is an Apprenticeship?
An Apprenticeship gives you the chance to show you are ready to start real work and study for nationally recognised qualifications at the same time.
You will be given a mixed blend of training both on and off-the-job, from others who will mentor and coach you. You will also be paid while you learn.
An Apprenticeship is great for your CV too. You will be getting work experience, gaining new skills and paving the way for your future career prospects.
So how does it work?
All Apprenticeships are based around a structured programme of training known as a Framework. This details the knowledge and practical skills that you need to develop to become better qualified in the area of work you have chosen.
This training will be delivered in a partnership between your employer and Midlands Apprenticeships and will be done in your workplace. Our qualified assessor will support your learning and carry out assessments of your progress against nationally recognised standards.
Apprenticeship levels available
- Intermediate – Level 2 (entry level). Equivalent to 5 GCSEs
- Advanced – Level 3 (supervisor level). Equivalent to 2 A level passes
- Higher – Level 4 (manager level). Equivalent to a Foundation Degree or NVQ at Level 4
Who can become an apprentice?
Anyone can become an apprentice – from a school-leaver looking for their first job through to an experienced worker seeking to develop their career.
To qualify, learners must be aged 16 or over, eligible to work and not in full-time education.
Contact the recruitment team now for more information on how you can become an apprentice. Email email@example.com or call 01543 630031.