An apprenticeship lets you train while you work and still get paid. You’ll learn practical skills from the work place and gain knowledge that employers want to see.
Apprenticeships are made up of four key elements.
By completing all of these you’ll have a full framework certificate including professional skills and a nationally recognised qualification. Now that is worth putting in a frame.
What makes up an apprenticeship?
A qualification (NVQ) which proves that you can demonstrate competence in the relevant skill, trade or occupation. Plus this looks great on your CV.
A technical certificate (where required) underpinning the skills you learn with theory and knowledge.
Employers are looking for apprentices with great employability skills – so it is essential to work towards a qualification in maths and English. These are critical to starting an apprenticeship.
Employment rights and responsibilities (ERR) in the workplace is a module which demonstrates that you know and understand areas such as employees rights, employment law, responsibilities, diversity and health and safety.