Why become an Apprentice?

Become an apprentice and start to enjoy the benefits of apprenticeships

So you've decided you don't want to go to university and want to enter the world of full-time employment and train towards a nationally recognised qualification.

Starting an apprenticeship is now the most recognised route into employment for 16-24 year olds who want to take up further education, earn while you learn.

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There are many more reasons why you should become an apprentice:

on the job training



 On The Job Training:

Learn from those who know best. Individuals who have been working within your chosen trade will be able to share their knowledge and experience with you face to face, with a structured programme in place.



earn while you learn



Earn While You Learn:

As an apprentice you’ll earn a wage whilst learning what you love most.


Degree apprenticeships




An apprenticeship will allow you to gain a recognised qualification and even study for a bachelors or masters degree whilst working full-time with part-time university study.



Debt free training




Debt Free:

No tuition fees, no accommodate fee’s, no student overdrafts! The average student could well face debt of £30,000 plus from going to university.



Kick start your career



Kick Start Your Career:

An apprenticeship gives you a head start amongst the competition with on the job training and practical experience, which you can use to improve your career profile.


Secure your future 


Secure Your Future:

Most employers will offer a full-time career if you successfully complete your training, helping to secure and improve your prospects for the future, without the worry of having to job search!


Legal protection for apprentices 


Legal Protection:

Peace of mind can now be assured, the government has announced plans to give apprenticeships legal protection by preventing employers from abusing the term.




Become an apprentice by registering and creating your profile, but don't forget to check out our CV Tips first.

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