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Online LIVE Apprenticeships Q&A

Our Live Apprenticeship Q&A and Information Event on Tuesday 9 February at 7pm is perfect for anyone who is interested in starting an Apprenticeship, parents looking to support their child, or a careers advisor who is looking to update their knowledge on Apprenticeships. Please register by clicking below to fill in the form. 

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Our Apprentice Lockdown Heroes

Case Study: Holly Lewnz

 

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Case Study: Catherine Leahy

 

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Suffolk County Council's Andi Spalding

 

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Apprentice Alex Howe makes it into WorldSkills Squad UK!

 

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Digital Marketer Level 3 Apprenticeship

Suffolk County Council's Sophie Conner

 

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Case Study: Cambridge University Press

 

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Apprenticeships

An Apprenticeship is an excellent way of getting started in your chosen career. You will have a paid job whilst also working towards an Apprenticeship in your industry area.

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Find out about our Apprenticeships

Apprenticeships are Workbased meaning you gain valuable skills and experience from the employer you work for. They can take several years to complete and there are various levels, which Apprenticeships come in (Level 2 to 7). Employers make time available for your study, which will total a minimum of 20% off the job training.

It is an appealing route for many students because it begins with a job and gives you immediate work experience, which is valuable for future employment. Apprentices have listed other reasons why they choose them over full time college study:

Apprenticeship Facts

✔️ We are currently training over 1500 Apprentices
✔️ We are currently supporting over 850 employers
✔️ We offer over 65 Apprenticeship Programmes
✔️ The average salary for Apprentices paid by the employers we support is £189.96 per week, meaning our vacancies are paying £53.46 per week on average more than the National Minimum Wage for Apprenticeships