What are apprenticeships?
Apprenticeships are work-based training programmes that lead to nationally recognised qualifications, and they are designed around the specific needs of employers. This means that as well as providing opportunities for people of all ages to learn new skills and develop in the workplace, the training is specifically tailored to the needs of the business to deliver real business benefits.
What are the benefits of apprenticeships for businesses?
Which businesses can benefit from apprenticeships?
More than 200 different apprenticeships are available, with options ranging from accounting and plumbing to engineering and media. There are all sorts of apprenticeships available for businesses of all sizes and from all sectors.
How can I find out more?
The National Apprenticeship Service (NAS) have a dedicated team that can guide you through the process of taking on apprentices. This includes helping employers find suitable training providers to deliver their apprenticeship training and to support them throughout.
Help is also available with the recruitment process, and the National Apprenticeship Service ensures that red tape is kept to a minimum. They will also be able to discuss the financial incentives that are available.
Once you have made contact with NAS, they will get in touch with you within two working days to progress your enquiry.apprenticeship_e_flyer.pdf