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What is an Apprenticeship?

An apprenticeship allows young people to gain experience within certain sectors, work with experienced professionals and earn a wage whilst they gain a recognised qualification. If you want to gain the necessary qualifications to get in to a specific area of work an apprenticeship may be something to consider.


Apprenticeship Levels

Every apprenticeship level is the equivalent to an education level, it’s important you’re aware of this before applying for an apprenticeship.

What is called an Intermediate apprenticeship will be the equivalent to 5 GCSE’s at a pass.

Advanced apprenticeships (also referred to as a level 3 apprenticeship) is the equivalent to 2 A-Level’s at a pass.

Higher apprenticeship, this can lead to an NVQ Level 4 and above, it may also lead to a foundation degree.


Am I Eligible? 

To start an apprenticeship you must meet a certain criteria, this means you must:

Be 16 – 24 years old.

Not be in full-time education.

Must be living in England.

Able to work within England.


How to apply.

If you’re interested in an apprenticeship within the sectors we cover, you can apply by contacting us on 0121 448 1033. where one of our team will help you through the process and arrange for you to come in for an initial interview.


If you need more experience 

If you feel you need more experience before you start an apprenticeship, you may want to consider a Traineeship to help build up your experience.

Contact Us

If you have any questions, we’re happy to help you further.

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