Apprenticeships are open to anyone aged 16 or over who isn't in full time education and is allowed to work in the UK.
They give you the opportunity to earn whilst you learn, combining practical training in a job with studying.
As an apprentice with us you’ll:
- work alongside experienced staff
- gain job-specific skills
- earn a wage and get holiday pay
- be allowed time for study and development opportunities related to your role
As a new starter apprentice, you'll be paid an agreed hourly rate, as advertised in the apprenticeship vacancy.
Find out more information about the National Minimum Wage.
How many hours will I work?
You'll normally be employed for a minimum of 30 hours a week, this could be higher depending on the role.
What apprenticeships are available?
Apprenticeships are available in a range of industries including vehicle maintenance and repair, IT and business administration.
- Find out more about UK apprenticeship programmes.
- Find out more about our current apprenticeships vacancies.
What level can I learn up to?
Apprenticeships range from Level 2 qualifications all the way up to Level 7 - the equivalent to a Master's degree. Depending on their level they can take between one and five years to complete.
Find out more about the different level apprenticeships and what they're equivalent to.
Apprenticeship target and strategy
Find out about our apprenticeship target and strategies.
Hear from our apprentices
The scheme allowed me to gain work experience in Human Resources and has given me a good understanding of the department. It's also given me the confidence to utilise my skills in a working environment.
The apprenticeship scheme has helped us fast-track our IT careers. We've learned how to effectively do our job whilst learning how to establish healthy workplace relationships.
I really enjoyed working with the team and getting involved with a variety of projects. In my spare time I volunteer, so being able to support communities and get involved with the events was perfect.