Apprenticeship Levels

As an Apprentice, you will be paid a salary and work as a member of staff at a local business with coaching and mentor support, while also attending training at College. Training programmes are available at intermediate, advanced or higher level:

Entry Requirements

Apprenticeships are available over the age of 16 (there is no upper limit). Those looking to study an advanced Apprenticeship require the relevant experience to perform the duties required by the employer, and will be required to complete functional skills in Maths and English if they do not have a GCSE grade C or above.

You must be employed as an Apprentice

You must be employed as an Apprentice to start an Apprenticeship training programme. All of our current vacancies can be viewed online and our Apprenticeship Recruitment team can support you through the application process.

If you dont find an appropriate vacancy our Apprenticeship Recruitment team can help find one for you, contact them on 01872 242711 or email: for help and advice.

Event Management
Construction Apprenticeship

Higher Apprenticeship (Level 4)

Higher Apprenticeships are available at level 4 and above, students can achieve qualifications up to university level.

Advanced Apprenticeships (Level 3)

Advanced Apprenticeships are level 3 qualifications, similar to two A Levels.

Intermediate Apprenticeships (Level 2)

Intermediate Apprenticeships are Level 2 qualifications, similar to five GCSEs at grade A* - C.


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