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Apprenticeships & Technical Education

What is an apprenticeship?

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Apprenticeship Levels

What can I get an apprenticeship in?

See Apprenticeship Standards

Higher & Degree Apprenticeships

Level 4 Apprenticeships
  • Countryside ranger
  • Software developer
  • Small vessel chief engineer
  • Healthcare science associate
  • Town Planning assistant
  • Senior culinary chef
  • Port marine operations officer
Level 5 Apprenticeships
  • Horticulture and landscaping technical manager
  • Digital learning designer
  • Food and drink engineer
  • Nursing associate
  • Children, young people and families manager
  • Outdoor learning specialist
  • Air traffic controller
Level 6 Apprenticeships
  • Professional forester
  • Creative digital design professional
  • Space systems engineer
  • Youth worker
  • Sonographer
  • Architectural assistant
  • First pilot officer
Level 7 Apprenticeships
  • Ecologist
  • Game programmer
  • Rail and rail systems principal engineer
  • Play therapist
  • Doctor
  • Chartered landscape professional
  • Materials process engineer

Who can be an apprentice?

Where to find an apprenticeship

Why would you want to be an apprentice?

As an Apprentice you will:

  • Learn and train for a specific job
  • Gain valuable employability skills and develop confidence
  • Get paid and receive holiday leave
  • Get hands on experience in a real job
  • Study for at least 20% of your working hours – usually at a college, university or with a training provider
  • Complete assessments during and at the end of you apprenticeship
  • Be on a career path with lots of future potential