What is an apprenticeship?
If you're young, apprenticeships are a great way to get on the career ladder, you can start earning money while you train and gain your independence quicker.
The law states that you must be in full-time education or an apprenticeship between the ages of 16 and 18. If you haven’t found an apprenticeship by September after you’ve left school you will need to start some other kind of study at college or a sixth form. If you don’t, you’ll be breaking the law and if your parents receive benefits these could be affected.
We advise all school leavers who want to be an apprentices to sign up for a full-time college course in a related subject as well as applying for apprenticeship vacancies.
See below for a full list of our Apprenticeships and the relevant course information.
Remember you can't apply directly as you will need to find a vacancy first.
Watch a video giving an overview of apprenticeships here:
Want to change jobs when you are already studying an Apprenticeship?
You can change jobs and still continue on the same apprenticeship course – you won't have to start your studies all over again, we will have to agree that the new employer is suitable.
Take a look at potential careers when you study with us: