1. You learn by doing
If you are practically minded and not keen on pursuing higher education it well may be that an Apprenticeship is for you. Apprenticeships offer the opportunity to study while on the job, meaning that everything you learn stays relevant to your role.
2. You want to earn
One of the major drawbacks of university is that it costs an extortionate amount. Investing in a course may not be the best option when you want to start earning straightaway. Being an apprentice means that you will earn a wage while you train for your role.
3. Future employment
When a company spends time taking on an apprentice and getting them trained up, and you show your expertise and work hard, it may be that they offer you a position in the company after your apprenticeship ends. If you are looking into an option that offers the chance for you to kick-start your career, it might be worth taking a look at our current vacancies.
4. You want to give your CV a massive boost
On-the-job experience means that your CV will look excellent; you’ll walk away with a reference and contacts within the career you’re trained for. This is invaluable when job hunting.
5. You want to gain a nationally recognised qualification
Just because you’ve decided that university isn’t for you doesn’t mean you can’t earn something that could work out to be degree equivalent. Apprenticeships with us allow you to gain a NVQ (National Vocational Qualification), whether that’s Level 2 or higher.
If this list resonates with you, why not take a look at what we have on offer? Alternatively, if you’re
looking for a Traineeship, have a look at this article here.
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