What will I do as an Apprentice?

Starting an apprenticeship, you will learn and train for a specific job, getting hands-on experience in a real role. You will be paid and receive holiday leave, as well as any other benefits offered to full-time employees. Becoming an apprentice means studying for at least 20% of working hours, completing real-world project work during and at the end of your apprenticeship. You will be on a career path with plenty of future potential and will possess invaluable skills to benefit you. 

All accredited apprenticeship vacancies can be found on:

By creating an account, you can sign up to be alerted of opportunities in your area of interest and desired location.  

You can also use this website to browse what types of apprenticeships are available across different sectors. 

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