Here are our current Apprenticeship vacancies:
- Weekly wage £210, full time, 35 hours per week.
- There are 3 places available. Weekly wage £150, full time, 30 hours per week.
- There are 2 places available. Weekly wage £187.50, full time, 37.5 hours per week.
What is an Apprenticeship?
There has never been a better time to become an apprentice. You can “get in and go far” at some of Britain’s biggest and brightest companies, developing skills and knowledge and earning a wage whilst training.
It is a job with training and a qualification to aim for, you’ll be earning a wage, developing your skills, updating your CV and experience and starting on the career ladder.
As the Apprenticeship is work based you will need to be employed for a minimum of 30 hours per week and have time to study.
There are three types of Apprenticeship available and we’ll give you guidance on what suits you:
- Intermediate Apprenticeship (Level 2; equivalent to 5 GCSEs at A*-C/9-4)
- Advanced Apprenticeship (Level 3; equivalent to 2 A levels)
- Higher and Degree Apprenticeships
Why become an apprentice?
- Earn a wage
- Gain new qualifications
- Receive industry standard training
- Gain new knowledge and job specific skills
- Gain real work experience
- Meet new people and develop new opportunities
- Start on a career path
- Build up your CV
Apprenticeships are available in more than 170 industries covering over 1,500 job roles. There are up to 25,000 vacancies available across England on the apprenticeship.gov.uk website right now.
Need more convincing?
What is a Higher and Degree level apprenticeship?
Over 20,000 people have started a higher apprenticeship since August 2013 and this figure looks set to grow. The government has pledged to create 3 million apprenticeships across all levels by 2020.
Now there is a real alternative to traditional university study. With the growth of higher and degree apprenticeships, you have the opportunity to move your career forward and gain professional skills – and all while working and earning a salary. With a degree apprenticeship you can achieve a full Bachelor’s or Master’s degree. And just like traditional degrees, an apprenticeship is a great route to a great career.
Here’s some handy information! Complete guide to higher and degree apprenticeships Facts Sheet
To find all Apprenticeship opportunities please visit the Apprenticeship website
Have a look at all the current Apprenticeship opportunities in the Dorset area: