Meeting the skills shortfall with Apprenticeships
An Apprentice can be a new or existing employee who has signed up to an Apprenticeship through their employer or an individual who has been matched with an employer to start a career in their chosen occupation.
With on the job experience and accredited off-site training over a period of 12 to 20 months or more, apprentices are exposed to a wide range of traditional and contemporary materials, techniques and working environments.
Established in 2006, we’re an approved and experienced provider of recognised work-based and vocational training in:
If the idea of earning whilst you learn appeals to you then Apprenticeships are your chance to start your career, learn skills on the job and obtain a recognised qualification.
NSPP can help you through the whole process, from your initial application right through to obtaining your qualification. As we work from bespoke premises, everything at NSPP is geared up to helping you to make the most of what you can be and achieve your potential.
So what’s an Apprenticeship?
An Apprenticeship is a real job with training so you can earn while you learn and pick up recognised qualifications as you go. If you live in England, are over 16 and not in full time education you can apply.
By the end of your Apprenticeship you’ll have obtained both professional skills and a nationally recognised qualification.
Who can do an Apprenticeship?
Anyone over the age of 16 can apply for an Apprenticeship, and it doesn’t matter whether you’re employed, unemployed or leaving school.
Think about where a qualification could potentially take you in your career – decide on the kind of skills and knowledge that you will need to get ahead. If you are already employed, you may want to talk to your employer or a colleague to help you with this.
If you are:
- leaving school
- looking for a new career and the opportunity to change direction
We can help you find the right employer and the right course to suit you.
Take a look at our vacancies area for local opportunities for your area here
- have a job
- have been offered a job
We can work with your employer to set you up as their apprentice. If you have a job or job offer, ask your employer to speak to us regarding the benefits they may be entitled to regarding working with an apprentice.
Here to help
Why not contact us to talk through your options?
Ring 01457 238014 and speak to us we’ll be able to answer any questions you may have concerning apprenticeships
Alternatively we can be contacted via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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