Apprenticeships for learners, explained.
Apprenticeships help you develop job-specific skills through on-the-job training in a range of roles and industries and gain a recognised qualification.
Apprenticeships are a great way for employers to nurture their own talent. They also provide an excellent route for young people to enter the labour market allowing individuals to train on the job and gain a qualification at the same time. They have become a key government policy in the UK. Funding reforms mean that, from April 2017,large employers pay an apprenticeship levy and other employers will be required to
contribute some of the costs.
What are apprenticeships?
An apprenticeship is a paid job which combines employment and training and is available to anyone entitled to work in the UK. The apprentice gets a nationally-recognised qualification on completion.
The apprentice’s learning takes place in context and provides a real understanding of the working world, combining practical skills with theoretical knowledge.
Apprenticeships can therefore offer a career route into the organisation and an invaluable opportunity to develop the expertise the business needs now and in the future.
Taught by industry tutors
Dedicate 20% of your working time towards your studies
Receive a recognised qualification
Apply what you learn in your job, helping to advance your career.
Our innovative and unique approach to delivering apprenticeships at Together Training includes