Take a look at our most frequently asked questions below about our apprenticeship programs.
The National Apprentice minimum wage is £3.30 per hour. This will be your starting wage, and may increase from here.
An apprenticeship program requires you to work and study for a minimum of 30 hours per week.
Your apprenticeship program will be scheduled to last for 12 months.
There is no guarantee of a job at the end, however it is hoped that the employer will be in a position to offer you a contract. If not, you will have gained a recognised qualification and have credible work experience, which will make you more employable.
For each unit on your program, you will produce relevant evidence which could range from; a written assignment, an observation by your assessor in your workplace, a testimonial from your employer, etc.
One or two day classroom based workshops will be held monthly.
Study should be undertaken during your working week. This can be undertaken either in the workplace or at home by agreement with your employer.
You will receive an industry recognised diploma in your relevant vocational area.
We will seek to work with you to either place you onto a higher level apprenticeship or secure a job within your vocational area.