Apprenticeships

We have been delivering apprenticeship courses across Greater London and surrounding areas over the past decade. We have trained over 1000 apprentices in various sectors including IT, Hospitality, Health & Social Care, Child Care, Customer service, Business administration & Management.

We work with small to large employers across public and private sectors and help them grow the skills of their workforce through apprenticeships.

Our offered courses are up-to-date with new apprenticeship standards and frameworks to ensure that apprentices receives a quality qualification that helps them to move forward in the industry.

We specialise in delivering new standards in various subject of Digital Skills Apprenticeship.

By taking our Apprenticeship programme you will realise your maximum potential.

What is an Apprenticeship?

Apprenticeship is designed to enhance an individual’s level of competency and confidence by developing their practical skills and knowledge at the same time. It can be used to upskill existing employees or to bring fresh talent into an organisation.

Our experience and expertise can help employers make real improvements to businesses, by:

  • Reducing training and recruitment costs
  • Increasing productivity and their bottom line
  • Developing a skilled, motivated and qualified workforce
  • Improving customer satisfaction
  • Receiving financial return on investment

It is expected that the full switchover will be complete by 2020, although this date is subject to change.

Each programme will now have its own new Apprenticeship standard linked to a specific occupational level. The new Trailblazer Apprenticeships which are defined by these new standards are rigorous, challenging and require the apprentice to undertake a minimum of one year’s training. The new standards are characterised by the introduction of an end-point assessment, replacing mandatory qualifications.

As part of the implementation of the government’s Apprenticeship Reforms, the way Apprenticeships are funded has changed too. They have introduced the Apprenticeship Levy, which puts employers ‘in the driving seat’ in terms of designing Apprenticeships in England.

Who is eligible?

To be eligible for Apprenticeship funding, students must:

  • Not currently be studying other state funded qualifications
  • Have a contract of employment
  • Have resided in the European Union for the last 3 years

Candidates with degree level qualifications that were previously ineligible for an Apprenticeship are now eligible under the new funding rules.