An apprenticeship lets you learn and earn money at the same time. You work for an employer and pick up professional skills on the job in anything from accountancy to zoology, alongside going to college. You can gain nationally recognised qualifications from Level 2 right up to degree level. I have attached some documents you may find useful, one of which details A-Z all of the areas in which apprenticeships are available

Applying for an apprenticeship is the same as applying for a job. You will need to complete an application form and attend an interview. Competition for some roles is tough, so the sooner you start looking and applying the more chance you have of securing your dream job.

Most apprenticeships are advertised on the government website : You will need to register on here so you can apply for any roles you are interested in

TOP TIP: Do not put any keywords in search box, as this may mean you miss out on a vacancy you could have been interested in. For example, a car mechanic may be advertised as Car Mechanic, Vehicle Maintenance , Mechanical Engineer etc… and if your keyword doesn’t show in the title it will not show up the vacancies.

Appris, a large training provider for  all areas of engineering apprenticeships are already advertising vacancies and looking for young people to work with companies such as Siemens, Christeyns, BASF, AGFA and many more. To view their vacancies go to and click on become an apprentice.

If you need any help in searching, applying or  with interview preparation  please either email me on the contact details below or pop to see me in my office in the LRC and I will be happy to help

Mrs Taylor

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