Apprenticeships

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An apprenticeship is a great way for individuals to ‘earn as they learn’ and for employers to discover skilled and talented employees through a government-backed training scheme which provides a structured learning route within a working environment. The schemes are focused on motivated people who are determined to succeed within their workplace.

Available apprenticeship frameworks offered by MI Skills Development Centre

Business and Administration Apprenticeship – Intermediate and Advanced.
Customer Services Apprenticeship – Intermediate and Advanced.
Health and Social Care Apprenticeships – Intermediate and Advanced.
Child Care Apprenticeships – Intermediate and Advanced.

Learner Benefits

Apprentices learn on the job, building up knowledge and job-specific skills, gaining qualifications and earning money while learning or in training. Apprentices work towards work-based qualification such as a National Vocational Qualification (QCF) and other nationally recognised qualifications. There are various types of Apprenticeships available offering over 1,200 job roles. The right one for you will depend on your interests, your experience and the opportunities available within your area. You can also get an Apprentice Oyster photocard and save 30% against the price of adult rate Travelcards and Bus and Tram Passes

Eligibility

There are no formal minimal requirements for entry to an Apprenticeship, but in order to succeed and get the most from the programme, a prospective apprentice need to be enthusiastic, committed and hard working. In England, Apprenticeships are designed with individuals aged between 16 and 25 in mind.
Become an Apprentice