An apprenticeship allows you to develop your skills, knowledge and your career, all at the same time.
You will be employed by a company, get paid from the day you start and you can earn at least £100 per week.
Intermediate apprenticeships are at level 2 (which equates to 5 good GCSEs), advanced apprenticeships are at level 3 (which equates to 2 A Level qualfications) and higher apprenticeships are at level 4 or above (which can include a Higher Education qualification such as a Higher National Certificate). Higher apprenticeships are an alternative option to going to university.
Apprenticeships start throughout the year. Take a look at our current apprenticeship vacancies to find out which ones you can apply for.