Our recruitment team will help you find the right candidate for your vacancy. We are experienced in preparing job descriptions and developing vacancies to attract the best candidates for your apprenticeship.
Our pre-screening service will not only identify the most suitable candidates but prepare them for interview.
What does an apprentice study?
An apprenticeship is a full time salaried post in employment for over 30 hours a week. Alongside on-the-job training, apprentices spend at least 6 of their working hours each week completing off the job training, usually at college, which leads to a nationally recognised qualification.
Apprentices are assessed at work by their visiting skills coach, and are taught the knowledge and technical elements at college by their teacher. Evidence produced in the workplace for an apprenticeship programme will be continually assessed on an ongoing basis throughout the apprenticeship.
At the end of the apprenticeship learners will sit an end point assessment (EPA). End-point assessments test the knowledge, skills and behaviours that an apprentice has gained during their training. Unique to each standard, EPA demonstrates the competence of an apprentice in their role. This competence is valued by current and future employers.
Apprentices will also learn maths and English up to GCSE grade 4 (or equivalent) level if they are not already qualified to this level.