All Apprenticeships

Qualification
Level
Typical Duration
Qualification
Business Administrator
Level
3
Typical Duration
Between 12-18 months
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Qualification
Improvement Technichian
Level
L3
Typical Duration
15-18 months
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Qualification
Lean Manufacturing Operative
Level
L2
Typical Duration
12-15 months
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Qualification
Operations or Departmental Manager
Level
L5
Typical Duration
18-24 months
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Qualification
Security First Line Manager
Level
L3
Typical Duration
18-24 months
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Qualification
Team Leader/Supervisor
Level
L3
Typical Duration
15-18 months
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FAQs

What happens if employers take on an apprentice who needs help with English and maths?

If you employ an apprentice who needs extra help with English and maths, additional payments are made to your training provider. This does not come out of your Apprenticeship Levy funds.

How much does an Apprenticeship cost?

You can get help from the Government to pay for Apprenticeship Training.
The amount you pay depends on whether you are a big enough employer to pay the Apprenticeship Levy (you pay more than £3 million in salaries every year) or not.

All employers must now set up a Digital Apprenticeship Service account with the Education and Skills Funding Agency to manage their Apprenticeship funding.

Funding an apprenticeship (apprenticeships.gov.uk)

What is End Point Assessment?

An EPA takes place at the end of an apprenticeship and tests the knowledge and skills you’ll have learnt as an apprentice.

What does an EPA involve?
An EPA can vary depending on the apprenticeship but could include:
• a practical test of the skills learnt during an apprenticeship
• a presentation
• an interview
• written or multiple-choice tests
• workplace observation

Understanding end-point assessments (EPA) (apprenticeships.gov.uk)https://www.apprenticeships.gov.uk/apprentices/understanding-end-point-assessments

Is an apprenticeship right for you ?

Apprenticeships combine real work with training and study for a specific role.
You’ll learn new skills, gain experience and earn a salary too. Being an apprentice can be an exciting and rewarding career path.

Before applying you should also consider that as an apprentice you’ll have to:
• balance a job with studying and your home life
• work under supervision and guidance
• complete regular assessments, including an end-point assessment
• usually train for one specific role

Is an apprenticeship right for you? (apprenticeships.gov.uk)

Is there an age limit for Apprenticeship training?

Apprenticeships can be offered to new recruits or existing employees of all ages and at any level. Older staff, even those with degrees, can do an apprenticeship training programme if they are taking on new roles or require new knowledge and skills

What is an Apprenticeship?

An Apprenticeship is a structured training programme for employees at any stage of their career. They can be starting their first job, changing their job, or be advancing their skills.

Apprenticeships are available at different skill levels from Level 2 (equivalent to 5 GCSEs) to Level 6 (comparable to a bachelor or masters degree). They take between one and six years to complete, but most take no more than two years.

It makes no difference to a person’s eligibility or funding if they have previous qualifications, such as a degree, or not.

Upskilling your workforce (apprenticeships.gov.uk)