- Business Administration — Gain new skills that help you keep a business running
- Customer Services — Excellent customer service is key to the success of many organisations
- Employment Related Services — Helping others find work is an incredibly rewarding field
- Food and Beverage/Catering — This apprenticeship will help you develop top-class food and drink preparation
- Health and Social Care – A pathway into Adult Social Care, this apprenticeship is for those already working in, or looking to work in, Primary Care Trusts, care organisations, hospices and the NHS
- Hospitality — Learn and work in a fast-paced environment and gain excellent customer-service skills
- Management — Management and leadership have been identified as strategic areas of importance across the UK in both private and public sectors
- Manufacturing Operations — Learn about the complexity of turning materials into products with an exciting, hands-on apprenticeship
- Retail — You will have the opportunity to gain invaluable retail skills whilst developing a good knowledge of your organisation’s products and services
- Team Leading — Gain transferable skills with this apprenticeship designed for practicing or aspiring team leaders who wish to develop their leadership skills
- Warehousing and Storage — This apprenticeship provides a first insight into the principles and processes of warehousing in-line with industry needs and standards
You can take an apprenticeship at Intermediate, Advanced or Higher levels, depending on your existing skills, experience and aspirations. Apprenticeships are suitable for all ages and you can expect to be doing work-based learning with an employer and get paid. Your apprenticeship will include a National Vocational Qualification, Functional Skills and a knowledge-based element or technical certificate.
Training and Support
Training will take place in the workplace and will be delivered by your employer and tutor/assessor. Your knowledge and competency assessment throughout the apprenticeship will be carried out through observations, regular reports and plans, team testimony, physical products of your work, online assessment, correspondence and discussion.
If you’re aged 16-18 you can expect to be paid the standard apprenticeship wage, currently £3.30 an hour. If you are 19 and over and have completed your first year you will be paid at least the minimum wage rate for your age.