Apprentices earn a wage in a real job and work alongside experienced staff to gain job-specific skills. Off the job, usually on a day-release basis, you will receive training to work towards nationally recognised vocational qualifications.
Apprenticeships can take between one and four years to complete depending on the level of Apprenticeship, your ability and the industry sector.
Key benefits of studying an apprenticeship include:
**Returns to Intermediate and low level qualifications (September 2011).
How can I see what apprenticeship vacancies are available?
Our current list of apprenticeship vacancies is constantly changing so the best thing to do is get in touch and register your interest. We can then keep you informed when vacancies arise in your area of interest.
You can also register your interest and view our vacancies by logging on to the national apprenticeships website.
Contact us to apply
To apply for any of our great apprentice vacancies contact our dedicated team by calling 01536 413123 or filling in the form below.
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Name: Lisa Waller
Although fairly new to her role as an Apprenticeship Assessor, Lisa has known that she wanted to become an Assessor ever since she started working in childcare and education 10 years ago. “I remember meeting one of my colleague’s Assessors when I first worked in a nursery and talked to them about their role. From that point it was my goal to become one,” explains Lisa. “I enjoy seeing learners achieve and seeing them learn and progress in their job role.”
Lisa has a wealth of experience in industry, having held a range of positions in the private and public sectors. She has worked closely with unprivileged children and families as a Nursery Nurse and Senior Early Years Educator at a children’s centre, as a Teaching Assistant in various primary schools and as a Nursery Supervisor for a nursery chain.
Another big organisation that Lisa has experience with is Milton Keynes Council, whom she worked for as an Ethnic Minority Language Support Worker, supporting children in schools across Milton Keynes. She has also travelled to work as a Kindergarten English Teacher in an orphanage for a year abroad.
Lisa enjoys the interaction and communication with employers and learners that is a pivotal part of her role and is always keen to highlight to employers the drive and passion that apprentices possess; “they are so committed,” she says.