Looking for an Apprenticeship

Thinking about an apprenticeship

LOOKING FOR AN APPRENTICESHIP?

Are you looking to earn whilst you learn? Would you like to find a job which will support you whilst you train? With more than 1,500 job roles across 170 industries an Apprenticeship could be the ideal route into your perfect career. Employers from large multi-national corporations through to smaller enterprises benefit from apprentices and are keen to recruit individuals who are passionate about what they do, focused on achieving and committed to supporting the employers they work for.

As an apprentice, you will work alongside experienced staff and gain job specific skills, you will earn a wage and get holiday pay – in fact you are treated in exactly the same way as other members of staff. Hear what some of our apprentices have to say by visiting our Case Studies page.

An Apprenticeship can set you on the path for a great career within your chosen field –  and now that you can study all the way through to Degree Level you can gain a nationally recognised qualification from Level 2 through to Level 7 – this is a great way to gain a degree with none of the debt!

Apprenticeships normally take one to two years to complete depending on the level of Apprenticeship, your ability and the industry sector. Key benefits of studying an Apprenticeship include:

  • Earning a salary
  • Getting training in the skills employers want
  • Excellent progression opportunities, whether you are looking to study further or progress within the workplace
  • Increased future earning potential. Apprentices enjoy marked salary increases when they complete their training
  • Learning at a pace suited to you with the support of a workplace mentor
  • Paid holiday

Click here to search by job role or region – you do not need an account to search.

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Why not take a look at the hundreds of Apprenticeship vacancies that are available from Architect to Zoologist. – click here to search by job role or region – you do not need an account to search. You will be amazed at what is out there.

You can find out more about what a job involves, the entry requirements needed, and how much you could earn, by clicking on the job profile examples below:

If you are interested in a particular job or sector why not take a look at the Skills Sector pages on our site, these will give you a real flavour of the types of jobs available and the skills needed.

You can see lots more job roles and their profiles by visiting the National Careers Service site.

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You can find all the latest vacancies by visiting the Find an Apprenticeship page.