Apprenticeships, North West
Our Apprenticeships are based throughout the North West and cover a variety of industries and roles.
What is an apprenticeship?
An Apprenticeship is a Work Based Qualification meaning you will complete whilst in work and earn an actual wage. Apprenticeships are available for anyone over 16 and are a great alternative to college or university. You will be employed and will complete your training alongside this. Designed to provide up to date knowledge, skills and behaviours to help you develop in your chosen industry, Apprenticeships are suitable for anyone, whether you are looking to get your foot on the career ladder or develop your existing role.
Apprenticeships can also be completed by people already in employment who are looking to improve their knowledge and skills. They are an ideal solution to staff training and work place development.
THE BENEFITS OF APPRENTICESHIP TRAINING
LEARN ANYWHERE, ANYTIME
Our blended and flexible learning approach combines face to face and online learning to allow you to learn at the time and place that suits you.
Earn while you Learn. Apprentices will earn a minimum of £3.70 an hour.
ON THE JOB LEARNING
Gain valuable work experience to help you learn valuable skills in your chosen career.
Gain nationally recognised qualifications to help you succeed in your chosen career.
Level 2 Programmes
Our Level 2 Programmes require at least 4 GCSE’s (grade A* to D/9 to 4) or equivalent. This must include Maths and English
Level 3 Programmes
Our Level 3 Programmes require at least 5 GCSE’s (grade A* to C/9 to 5) or equivalent. This must include Maths and English
Level 4-5 Programmes
Our Level 4-5 Programmes require at least 5 GCSE’s (grade A* to C/9 to 5) or equivalent. This must include Maths and English. You will also need to be able to demonstrate your knowledge, skills and behaviours at the required level through initial assessment.