Become an Apprentice

Do you want to earn while you learn? Apprenticeships are your chance to start your career, learn skills on the job and get a recognised qualification.

    What is an Apprenticeship?

    An Apprenticeship is a real job with training so you can earn while you learn and pick up some nationally recognised qualifications as you go. Apprenticeships take between one and four years to complete and cover 1500 job roles in a wide range of industries, from things like international trade to finance advice, health and social care to teamleading.

    Key benefits:

    • Earning a salary
    • Training in the skills employers want
    • Excellent progression opportunities, whether looking to study further or climb the ranks within the workplace
    • Increased future earning potential. Apprentices enjoy marked salary increases when they complete their training
    • Better long term salary prospects (those with an Advanced Apprenticeship earn around £117,000** more than those without, over the course of their career)
    • Learning at a pace suited to the individual with the support of a mentor
    • Paid holiday
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    Why become an Apprentice

    Apprenticeships provide a great opportunity to pursue a career. The current job market in Liverpool is tough and employment rates are below the national average. An apprenticeship placement enables you to be trained in a job through a mixture of practical experience and other learning. It can lead to a long and successful career at the organisation or in another company.

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    What apprenticeships do we offer?

    We offer apprenticeship placements in the following areas:

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    Who can do an Apprenticeship?

    Anyone over 16 can apply for an Apprenticeship, whether you are employed, unemployed or leaving school.
    Sounds great. What is next?
    If you are:

    • leaving school
    • unemployed
    • looking for a new direction

    We can help you apply to a suitable employer or training course if you:

    • have a job
    • have been offered a job

    We can work with your employer to set you up on training which is largely delivered in the workplace. If you have a job or job offer, ask your employer to contact us. 

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    How do we help you?

    We are committed to working with you to discover what your career aims and aspirations are.

    Working together with yourself and our loyal employers, we will discover and provide a suitable placement for you.

    We will then support you through your placement by providing relevant training to boost your skills and make you suitable for long-term employment.

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    We are here to help

    Why not contact us to talk through your options?

     

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