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  • Interview tips that will guarantee you apprenticeship success

    Posted on Sunday, January 9, 2022 by The Office ApprenticeNo comments

    Interview tips to help you land that apprenticeship! Interviews can be daunting for many not just budding apprentices, sitting in a room with people you don’t know and trying to sell yourself so you land that all important apprenticeship. There are some simple yet affective tips we can offer to make the process a little less daunting and for you to be on your way in your apprenticeship journey. ...

  • Apprenticeships: New Year - New Career Prospects

    Posted on Thursday, January 6, 2022 by The Office ApprenticeNo comments

    New year, new career and all that! - Apprenticeships will help with your career prospects in 2022 So here come the cliches, its a new year - are you thinking about a new career? Every year since I can remember that phrase has been banded about without a care in the world. However, when it comes to apprenticeships it actually sits well. Especially as the annual national apprenticeship week is only ...

  • Apprentice Employers: How to hire an apprentice in 2022

    Posted on Monday, December 13, 2021 by The Office ApprenticeNo comments

    Knowing how to hire an apprentice in 2022 will set you apart from other apprentice employers. When you hire an apprentice you are helping kickstart someones career, so you need to get it right. Are you scratching your head trying to figure out why you application levels for your apprenticeship are low? As an apprentice employer you need to make sure you give an apprentice the best apprenticeship ...

  • Becoming an apprentice: How do I apply for apprenticeships?

    Posted on Wednesday, December 8, 2021 by The Office ApprenticeNo comments

    Applying for apprenticeships is as easy as 1, 2, 3. Applying for apprenticeships is just like applying for a full-time job, the only difference is an apprenticeship is a form of further education and offers on the job training. So how would you apply for a job, simple you would register with every job board on the internet and wait for the jobs to come to you? Wrong. This is not the best way to ...

  • When is the best time to apply for apprenticeships?

    Posted on Tuesday, December 7, 2021 by The Office ApprenticeNo comments

    Applying for apprenticeships has no wrong or right time for you to apply. Apprenticeships are published all year round, so there isn’t really a right or wrong time to apply for apprenticeships. Is there? Although apprenticeships are on offer all year round some apprentice employers tend to have cycles due to the level of apprenticeship on offer. What apprenticeships are on offer all year round? ...

  • Can you be too old for apprenticeships? Becoming an adult apprentice.

    Posted on Friday, November 26, 2021 by The Office ApprenticeNo comments

    You’re never to old, especially when it comes to apprenticeships! Apprenticeships have historically been associated or labelled with only being for 16-24 year olds, because this is partly true. Prior to 2010 the upper age limit for apprenticeships was 25, so anyone who was older could not start an apprenticeship. Here is a quick history lesson on apprenticeships: Apprenticeships were first ...

  • "Build the Future" is the theme for National Apprenticeship Week 2022

    Posted on Thursday, November 25, 2021 by The Office ApprenticeNo comments

    “Build the Future” is again the them for National Apprenticeship Week in 2022 You may or may not be aware that each year there is a National Apprenticeship Week, in fact in 2022 it will be the 15th annual event. That’s correct, National Apprenticeship Weeks have been running for 15 years. There are two pieces of important information you need to know before National Apprenticeship Week: When is ...

  • Why are apprenticeships amazing? Because they are.

    Posted on Thursday, November 25, 2021 by admin adminNo comments

    Apprenticeships are AMAZING, and not just because we say they are. Yes our opinion may be bias, but seriously apprenticeships are great - sorry scrap that apprenticeships are amazing. Why are apprenticeships so amazing? Well let us tell you. Apprenticeships are amazing because they offer you the opportunity to be able to work and get paid at the same time. As an apprentice you will benefit from ...

  • How to find an apprenticeship in 2022: What you need to know!

    Posted on Tuesday, November 23, 2021 by The Office ApprenticeNo comments

    It's time to take action and start preparing to find an apprenticeship in 2022! Finding an apprenticeship in 2022 is going to get tough, yes you heard it here first. If you are looking to find an apprenticeship next year then you need to read on. This year has seen a significant increase in apprenticeships , on last year, due to the relaxing of COVID restrictions yet many companies have not ...

  • What qualifications do I need to start an Apprenticeship?

    Posted on Sunday, November 21, 2021 by The Office ApprenticeNo comments

    Do I need to have any qualifications to start an apprenticeship? Believe it or not you don’t require any formal qualifications to start an apprenticeship at the intermediate level. An Intermediate apprenticeship is your entry point into the world of apprenticeships , you can start a level 2 apprenticeship straight out of school with no GCSE’s. Which is great as you are legally required to stay in ...