The National Apprenticeship Service (NAS)

An apprenticeship is a paid job where the employee learns and gains valuable experiences. Alongside on-the-job training, apprentices spend at least 20% of their working hours completing classroom-based learning with a college, university or training provider which leads to a nationally recognised qualification.

What are the benefits of completing an apprenticeship?

Apprenticeships are an exciting paid option for anyone wanting to gain experience whilst they study. There are many benefits to completing an apprenticeship, which include:

  • Experience and skills development
  • A nationally recognised qualification (with no tuition fees)
  • Employee benefits and a wage
  • Exposure to industry professionals

Below are some websites you can explore apprenticeships further:

The NAS website:

The NAS website information about apprenticeships for young people, their parents and prospective employers. It also includes listings of current vacancies for apprenticeships.

Rate My Apprenticeship

Rate My Apprenticeship is the UK’s leading job resource for young people seeking apprenticeships.

Not Going to Uni

Not Going to Uni: is a useful website if you are looking to consider wider options after A-levels especially if you do not want to go to university.

Get My First Job

Get My First Job: contains information about apprenticeships and traineeships and has a job search function that can help you to look for employment.

Amazing Apprenticeships

Next to Amazing Apprenticeships can it say: Amazing Apprenticeships is a leading organisation in the education sector founded to tackle misconceptions about apprenticeships and promote the benefits.

Keep an eye out on Teams for the latest opportunities. You can book an appointment with Ms Albarq to discuss apprenticeships and the application process.


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