An apprenticeship is a work-based programme of study. It is designed for you to develop the skills and knowledge of the industry or job role you have chosen to start your career in, including both practical work and the theory behind the industry. You will be paid at least the National Minimum Wage for apprentices, which is £4.30 per hour, and you will work 30-40 hours per week.
Is an apprenticeship right for me?
You could be suitable if you are:
- Aged over 16 (and have officially left school or full-time education)
- Able to work a minimum of 30 hours per week*
- Not currently completing another form of government-funded qualification
- Committed to the programme for the duration of the apprenticeship
*Reduced hours are accepted in some circumstances.
What apprenticeship qualifications are available?
At present, Apprentice Team Ltd offers the following apprenticeship qualifications:
- Business Administrator (Level 3)
- HR Support (Level 3)
- HR Consultant/Partner (Level 5)
- Teaching Assistant (Level 3)
- Customer Service Practitioner (Level 2)
- Customer Service Specialist (Level 3)
- Team Leader/Supervisor (Level 3)
- Operations/Departmental Manager (Level 5)
- Production Chef (Level 2)
- Hospitality Team Member (Level 2)
- Hospitality Supervisor (Level 3)
- Digital Marketer (Level 3)
- Retailer (Level 2)
What will I gain?
Develop Maths and English
- Work towards the Level 1 or Level 2 English and Maths Functional Skills qualification
- Enhance your CV and overall employability
- Upskill competencies within English, maths, or both
- One-to-one support available at all levels
- Gain valuable work experience with an employer in a professional environment, spread over a fixed contract term relevant to your program
- Develop team working skills
- Develop interpersonal skills
- Enhance job readiness and employability
Earn as you learn
- Earn a minimum of £4.30 p/hour
- Work 30-40 hours per week (reduced hours are accepted in certain circumstances)
The National Minimum Wage for apprentices applies to apprentices aged under 19, or those aged 19 and over in the first year of their apprenticeship programme. Apprentices over the age of 19 and who are not in the first year of their apprenticeship are entitled to the National Minimum Wage for their age.
Nationally Recognised Qualification
- Intermediate / Level 2 = Equivalent to 5 GCSEs A*- C or 9 – 4
- Advanced / Level 3 = Equivalent to 2 A-level passes
- Higher / Level 4, 5, 6, 7 = Equivalent to Foundation Degree and above
If you are looking to start an apprenticeship or would like further advice and guidance, please call one of our friendly advisors today on 01246 278931, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or complete the form below: