What To Expect On An Apprenticeship Programme
Apprenticeships are designed for every level of your organisation and start at GSCE Level 2 equivalent all the way up to Level 7 which is the equivalent of a Masters Degree.
They are practical, work-based development programmes designed around your needs and delivered at the right level for you.
Our apprenticeships are not just chalk and talk workshops.
Instead, they consist of a blended approach to development that include classroom, virtual, online, coaching and on-the-job learning.
All of these ensure that you will receive the relevant theory and practical to make a big difference in your performance.
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There are 4 different levels of apprenticeship:
- Intermediate – equivalent to 5 good GCSE passes. Typically last between 1 year and 18 months.
- Advanced – equivalent to 2 A-level passes. Are usually studied over 2 years.
- Higher – equivalent to the first stages of higher education, such as a foundation degree. 3 to 6 years to complete.
- Degree – comparable to a Bachelors or Masters degree. 3 to 6 years to complete.
How Does It Work?
On an apprenticeship, you’re employed to do a real job whilst developing new skills, knowledge and behaviours, and studying for a formal qualification, usually for one day a week either at our training centres or your workplace, via virtual learning or learning in the work setting.
By the end of your apprenticeship, you’ll have gained the skills and knowledge needed to either succeed in your chosen career or progress onto the next apprenticeship level.
What you’ll learn depends on the role that you’re training for. However, apprentices in every role follow an approved study programme which will equip you with the techniques and strategies to be more successful in your role.
Why Take An Apprenticeship?
Improve Your Knowledge, Skills & Behaviours
The Bottom Line? They’ll Improve Your Performance
Improve Your Motivation
Enhance Your Career Prospects & Earning Potential
WHAT CAN YOU EXPECT?
A Practical & Engaging Approach To Your Learning
We Mix It Up Via Blended Learning
On-Demand Support 24/7
20% Off-The-Job Training
View our existing training programmes and those we have in the pipeline.
Understand the funding available to pay for apprenticeship programmes.
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Initial workshop and event about the programme and how to get a high grade.
Creation of a pre-programme learning and development plan. Includes goal setting and actions.
These can consist of workshops, masterclasses, virtual training, action learning sets, projects or coaching.
One to one development with a designated skills coach. Covers skills and an assessment progress review.
To take in-between learning events and to help embed the learning. Self-study and in the flow of work resources.
20% of the learner’s total working hours is used for “off-the-job” learning and development activities.
Held between the learner, employer and skills coach to monitor progress and to make any adjustments.
Our designated skills coaches will always be on hand to help your learners all throughout the programme.
End of programme assessment. Consists of activities like observations, evidence, tests and discussions.
Learners gain a pass, merit or distinction from their end point assessment based on their results.
Understand Some Of
The Biggest Benefits
Create a Highly Skilled Workforce
Improved Performance, Productivity & Retention
Improved Morale & Motivation
Revitalise & Refresh Your Company
The Government Will Pay 95% Of The Fees
Get In Touch!
If you have got some training requirements in mind please call us on 0333 320 2883 or complete the online form below and tell us about what they are and we’ll get back to you with some options and costs.