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If you’re struggling to choose between further studying and going into straight work an apprenticeship may be for you. Apprenticeships are perfect for people who still want to learn, but want to get some work experience under their belt. Work full time and study part time to earn a qualification from GCSE level to Masters university degree (without any student debt!). If you think this may be for you can find out all you need to know about apprenticeships below.

What are Apprenticeships?

Apprenticeships are work based training for people who want to gain qualifications and work in a specific industry. Apprentices work full time while studying towards a vocational qualification, ranging from GCSE level to Masters degree level. An apprenticeship is a real job, with real responsibility. From day one you’ll be given projects and tasks, where your input and opinions are valued.

What can you do an Apprenticeship in?

Apprenticeships are available in over 170 industries, from boatbuilding to advertising, from construction to animal care, from social care to catering, from engineering to law, whatever you’re interested in you’re sure to find an apprenticeship that suits you.

What are the different Levels of Apprenticeships?

There are four different types of apprenticeship: Intermediate, Advanced, Higher, and Degree. Each type of apprenticeship has different entry requirements and are available in over 170 different industries. Over 90% of apprentices go onto work or further training after their apprenticeship.

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What are the benefits of an apprenticeship?