Apprenticeships can enable you to learn on the job, gain knowledge and skills, achieve NVQ qualifications, earn money and build a future.
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If you have been on one of our courses or even if you are not eligible for our courses you may be considering an apprenticeship. You may be an employer looking for advice on how to take on an apprentice. We have tried to provide as much information as possible to help you to do this.
Further guidance about apprenticeships:
Anyone in England can apply for an apprenticeship if they’re:
- 16 or over
- Eligible to work in England
- Not in full-time education
Other apprenticeship help and information
The Apprenticeship Guide contains concise summaries of every apprenticeship framework offered in England, plus general careers advice, real life stories, employer advertising, a regional directory of training providers and much, much more.
Early Careers (previously Apprenticeships in Scotland) allows you to search for apprenticeship opportunities across Scotland.
ATG Training Apprenticeships is a site which answers questions, provides advice and has featured vacancies (covering Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire and Berkshire only). 01296 674995
Career Camel is a careers site for students, graduates and school leavers that offers jobs, internships, advice and courses.
Careers Box is a free online library of careers-related films, news and information.
GetMyFirstJob is a social enterprise that provides young people access to apprenticeship and traineeship opportunities across the UK.
National Careers Service provides information, advice and guidance to help young people in England with decisions on learning, training and work opportunities. The service offers confidential and impartial advice and is supported by qualified careers advisers.
Skills Development Scotland is the national skills body supporting the people and businesses of Scotland to develop and apply their skills.