• NVQ/Certificate/Diploma Level 2 in chosen occupation • Key/Functional Skills in English at Level 1 or 2 • Key/Functional Skills in Maths at Level 1 or 2 • Technical Certificate (may require you to come to college one day per week) • Employment Responsibilities & Rights • NVQ/Certificate/Diploma Level 3 in chosen occupation • Key/Functional Skill in English at Level 2 • Key/Functional Skill in Maths at Level 2 • Technical Certificate (may require you to come to college one day per week) • Employment Responsibilities & Rights • Accountancy • Health & Social Care • Beauty Therapy • Heating & Ventilating • Bricklaying • ITQ • Business & Administration • Management • Catering & Hospitality • Marketing • Customer Service • Motor Vehicle Maintenance • Dental Nursing • Painting & Decorating • Distribution & Warehousing • Plumbing • Early Years (Childcare) • Retail • Electrical Installation • Sport • Engineering (various) • Team Leading • Facilities Management • Wood occupation • Hairdressing (carpentry or joinery) • Apprenticeship can last up to 24 months • Advanced Apprenticeship can last up to 36 months • You can fast track and progress more quickly if you do the work • 16 - 18 year olds are fully funded by the Skills Funding Agency. • 19+ year olds are partially funded and fees are payable by employer. These are not passed on to the learner. • Apprentices are usually employed 30 hours a week. • The employer must be willing to allow you time off for study for duration of the apprenticeship. • CRC checks all employers for suitability and safety prior to the commencement of your apprenticeship. • Apprentices are paid a minimum of £2.50 per hour. • Looking in newspapers • Cold calling local companies • CV/letter • Contacts - family and friends • Connexions • Online • Check if your local college can help • Check the vacancies on the National Apprenticeship Website www.apprenticeships.org.uk • Good GCSE grades may exempt you from key/functional skills and are attractive to employers. • You will need to be committed to your Apprenticeship. • Choosing an apprenticeship is not just about going to work, it is about starting your career. • Research shows that a young person who commits to an apprenticeship will enjoy higher rates of pay than those without training. • Earn while you learn!
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