Apprenticeships, part of the Skills Funding Agency, is the government agency that coordinates apprenticeships in England.
Apprenticeships are an increasingly popular study option and are a great way to gain hands-on experience while studying towards an industry recognised qualification and earning a salary. They're available across a range of sectors, from accounting, business, IT, media and law, to construction, engineering and transport.
Full details of how to become an apprentice, what apprenticeships are available, which employees are offering apprenticeships and how to get started are available at the following links:
Further information is available fron GOV.UK at the following links:
Contact the National Apprenticeship Service at this link.
The latest news and information on apprenticeships and schemes, including types of apprenticeship, apprentice employers and tips on how to apply for vacancies are available from www.gov.uk.
Further information on appenticeships is available at the following links:
Apprenticeships for the Disabled
Guides to Apprenticeships for the Disabled is available from:
Traineeships support young people to develop the skills they need to secure and succeed in employment, including apprenticeships. They last between six weeks and six months, and combine work experience with skills training.
To search and apply for traineeships follow this link.
For more information on traineeships go to this page on My Advice Gateway.
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