About the event
Apprenticeships are a great way for you to learn the practical skills to succeed in your chosen industry – whilst also getting paid!
Throughout National Apprenticeship Week 2023, we are celebrating everything that’s great about apprenticeships!
We’ll also provide key information for potential apprentices about how to apply for an apprenticeship, parents/carers and employers who are wanting to recruit an apprentice or upskill their existing workforce.
Information for potential apprentices
If you’d like to study an apprenticeship with us, we have all the need-to-know info to get you started. This covers points such as:
- Reasons to become an apprentice
- How to become an apprentice
- Tips for writing a good CV
- How to plan for an interview
- Common interview questions
- Higher and Degree Apprenticeships
- Myths around apprenticeships and the reality
Apprenticeships are a fantastic way to start a career and develop skills within the workplace. They allow you to enter the world of work, gain relevant knowledge, skills and behaviours whilst acquiring hands-on work experience and a wage.
Anyone aged 16 or above can apply to be an apprentice, even if you are already employed. They are available on three levels, Intermediate, Advanced and Higher, so you can gain qualifications up to degree level whilst avoiding student debt.
We offer over 70 apprenticeship programmes in a wide range of industry sectors including Accountancy; Business; Catering and Hospitality; Childcare and Education Professions; Construction; Creative and Digital Media; Engineering; Health, Science and Social Care Professions; Leadership and Management; Retail; Sport; Travel and Tourism and Warehousing and Logistics.
Ready to apply?
Take a look at our Apprenticeship page or the Find An Apprenticeship website to see all our current apprenticeship opportunities. Remember, this page is regularly updated, so keep checking back for new roles being added.
Apply now for an apprenticeship with us!
Want more information?
Contact our friendly Information Team by emailing email@example.com or calling 01226 216 123.
Information for parents/guardians or carers
Are you a parent, guardian or carer supporting a young person who is thinking of studying an apprenticeship or, are you considering applying for an apprenticeship yourself?
The National Apprenticeship website has a range of resources and information to assist you.
This covers important topics such as helping a young person make an informed decision, training standards and the qualifications apprentices gain on completing their course.
Information for employers
As an employer, you can help an individual to kick start their career or progress to a higher level by sharing your expertise in the form of an apprenticeship.
Hiring an apprentice can:
• Allow you to recruit throughout the year
• Grow your business
• Increase profitability
• Enable you to gain a competitive advantage
• Improve employee retention
Myth: Apprenticeships only benefit the students, not the business
Reality: Over recent years, the Government’s approach towards apprenticeships has changed drastically. Apprenticeships have become much more focused on meeting the needs of employers and their industry sector. This ensures that apprentices have the core skills, knowledge, and behaviours relevant to your business, enabling them to fulfil their job roles successfully and competently.
Did you know we are one of the largest and most successful training providers in South Yorkshire? Offering over 70 apprenticeship pathways for every business sector, we provide a variety of apprenticeships ranging from Level 2 to Level 6.
There are courses for everyone from school leavers to those seeking a career change, to senior managers who are already advanced within their chosen industry.
The courses include:
• Business Administration
• Leadership and Management
• Digital Marketing
• Health and Social Care
Our provision is supported by around 1,500 employers across Yorkshire and even more beyond, with a growing team and portfolio of training courses that are designed to support the entire workforce development strategy.
Our specialist Business Development Team can help an organisation of any size, in any sector, to assess where their training needs are and identify solutions. By listening to your needs, the team will create a free bespoke recruitment plan that will develop your workforce and maximise your return on investment.
Get in touch today by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 01226 216 166.
Would you prefer a more technical education when you come to College, rather than following a purely academic pathway, or a work-based apprenticeship? The short video below introduces T Levels and might help you as you decide what and how you’d like to study next.