Spotlight on apprentice opportunities
Could you see yourself earning and gaining value experience as you learn in your career?
Are you interested in apprenticeship roles but unsure about which is the best option for you?
Have a look at some of our most popular apprentice roles to see if there’s one that could be right for you.
Higher Engineering Apprentice - Stevenage – starting salary £14,000 + benefits
Get involved in the design, analysis, testing and manufacture of electronics to gain a rich understanding of electrical systems.
Study toward a HNC and HND at Oaklands College in Welwyn Garden City on day release, completing rotational placements within the business the rest of the week whilst earning a competitive salary with great benefits. This unique way of studying allows you to earn an academic and nationally recognised qualification while gaining hands on learning experience within a professional and friendly workplace. This programme also allows you to study towards an NVQ Level 3 in Engineering.
Entry requirements - a minimum of 120 Credits at BTEC Level 3 in engineering or achieved A-Levels in Science, Engineering, Technology or Maths Subjects at Grade C or above. The scheme is recognised by IMechE, IET and SEMTA.
Higher Business Apprentice – Stevenage – starting salary £14,000 + benefits
Set the foundation to become a future business leader as you study towards a Chartered Management qualification at University of Hertfordshire in Hatfield on day release.
It’s a fantastic opportunity to explore a range of functions as you complete placements across the business to find your business specialism as you develop your presentation, leadership, communication, planning and business forecasting skills.
Entry requirements - a minimum of 300 UCAS points at BTEC or A-Level.
Higher Operations Apprentice – Bolton – starting salary £14,000 + benefits
Learn everything you need to know for a career in manufacturing benefitting from placements in printed electrical circuit and cable manufacturing, missile test, assembly and integration, calibration & maintenance, plus engineering functions. You’ll also learn to solder to internationally recognised standards.
Study towards a HNC at Wigan & Leigh College on day release, while gaining experience on rotational placements the rest of the week. This unique way of studying allows you to earn an academic and nationally recognised qualification while gaining hands on learning experience within a professional and friendly workplace. This programme also allows you to study towards an NVQ Level 3 in Engineering.
Entry requirements - a minimum of 5 GCSEs including Maths, English and Science at grade C or above, and ideally a design and technology GCSE or the equivalent 240 UCAS points at A-Level.