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Apprenticeships - What you need to know
Studying on an Apprenticeship will provide you with the required skills for your profession, whilst developing on the job experience. Warrington Collegiate has a wide range of apprenticeships available throughout the year.
What is an Apprenticeship?
As an apprentice, you will –
- Earn a wage and work alongside experienced staff with your employer to gain valuable job-specific skills.
- Work for an employer (normally for a minimum of 30 hours per week) whilst studying (usually one day a week) at Warrington Collegiate to gain a nationally recognised qualification. Anyone living in England, over 16 years-old and not in full-time education can be an apprentice.
- Study on an apprenticeship for between one and four years (depending on the level of Apprenticeship, your ability and the industry sector).
Why should I do an apprenticeship?
There are many benefits from doing an Apprenticeship, including:
- Earning a salary
- Getting paid holidays
- Receiving training
- Gaining qualifications
- Learning job-specific skills
How do I apply for an Apprenticeship?
You will need to find employment in a relevant job to the apprenticeship programme that you want to study.
Competition for apprenticeship employment vacancies can be fierce, so here are a few suggestions to improve your chances –
- Register your details with the National Apprenticeship Service (NAS) and use their online Apprenticeship Vacancies website.
Click here to register with the NAS and start searching their apprenticeship vacancies.
- Contact employers directly. Research local employers in the area that you are interested in and write them a letter enquiring about apprenticeship vacancies within their organisation.
- Ask friends and family if they know of anyone who works or owns a business in the area that you are interested in, and find out if they are looking to employ an apprentice.
The following apprenticeships are available:
For more information about the application process please email email@example.com
We add new vacancies in all subjects to the National Apprenticeship Service website every day - click here to see the vacancies currently available.
For further information about apprenticeship vacancies, contact 01925 494703.
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