If you’re aged between 16 and 24 then you could be able to apply for a business or accountancy Apprenticeship job. Many apprentices have just left school but you can also apply if you have already left school and are in work or looking to start a new career.
An Apprenticeship is for you if you;
|want to earn while you learn|
|want to earn an average weekly wage of £200*|
|want to progress and get on the career ladder quickly|
|want to gain work experience relevant to a chosen career path|
|are motivated and are eager to learn new skills|
To be eligible for an Apprenticeship you must meet certain criteria as follows:
Different types of Apprenticeships are suited to different people and what you do should really depend on what you’re good at and what you enjoy.
Yes. But don’t worry Kaplan is here to help, we’ll help improve your chances of finding an Apprenticeship job – find out how we’ll help
You’ll normally get at least 20 days paid holiday per year, plus Bank Holidays.
Yes. You can become an apprentice where you work now as long as your employer agrees.
Unfortunately not. Apprenticeships are not available for people with degrees or other level 4 qualifications. However, you can still do a course relevant to your role but your employer would need to pay for this.
You can apply for Apprenticeships all year round. When you can begin your training depends on the availability of a position at an employer.
Yes. If you’d like to test drive an Apprenticeship to see what’s involved then you can take part in our Summer Schools. Or if you feel you don’t have the necessary skills needed to make it as an Apprentice, our Job Ready programmewill help improve your chances of finding an Apprenticeship job.
**Free training for 16-18 year olds, partial for 19-24.