Is an Apprenticeship right for my child?

As a parent, you will want the best possible start for your child’s career. Whilst there any many options for school leavers one that is still perhaps over looked is apprenticeships. Times have changed when it comes to completing apprenticeships, no longer are they just for traditional trades.

 

An apprenticeship is recognised as an actual job meaning not only do you get the opportunity to earn whilst you learn but you also gain a national recognised qualification.

What are the benefits?

  • Earning a salary
  • Receiving paid holiday
  • Increased future earning potential
  • Excellent progression opportunities

The national minimum wage for apprenticeships is £3.70 for the first year regardless of age, rising to £4.20 under 18 year olds, £5.90 for 18 to 20 year olds and £7.38 for 21 and over. However, some higher apprenticeships do pay up to £500 per week and it is quite common for employers to pay more than the minimum.

Apprenticeships are available for anyone over the age of 16 and living in England. Once your apprenticeship is over it is likely the employer will keep you on or if you wish you can move on to another employer.

We offer a range of apprenticeships from level 2 to level 5 including:

  • Healthcare Support Worker Level 2
  • Senior Healthcare Support Worker Level 3
  • Healthcare Support Services level 2
  • Adult Care Worker Level 2
  • Lead Adult Care Worker Level 3
  • Care Leadership and Management Level 5
  • Customer Services Practitioner Level 2
  • Customer Service Level 2 and 3
  • Team Leader/Supervisor Level 3
  • Associate project Manager Level 4
  • Operations/Departmental Manager Level 5
  • Business Administrator Level 2,3&4
  • Management Level 3,4&5
  • Social Media and Digital Marketing Level 3
  • Business Administrator Level 3
  • IT Application Specialist Level 2&3
  • Supply Chain Warehouse Operative Level 2
  • Warehousing and Storage Level 2 and 3
  • Public Service Operational Delivery Officer Level 3
  • Public Sector Commercial Professional Level 4
  • Food and Drink Process Operator Level 2
  • Food and Drink Advanced Processed Operator Level 3

To contact us about starting an apprenticeship or more information please click here.

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