Apprenticeships help to improve the quality and range of opportunities available to adults too, and you’ll benefit from continuing to learn throughout your life
How Could An Apprenticeship Help Me?
- Are you moving into a new job?
- Have you been promoted into a new role that requires you to take on new responsibilities and new skills?
- Are you thinking about changing your career?
- Perhaps you are moving from a manual role that is difficult to continue due to ill health, or into a new job that requires totally different skills and abilities?
An Apprenticeship Is An Education
An apprenticeship is a journey—from being a novice in a role to becoming an expert.
Apprenticeships should be expansive, and focus on developing the whole person for a job, a career (and other careers), and for life.
Going beyond that, an apprenticeship will instil a sense of curiosity, lifelong learning, discovery and improvement in all apprentices.
Fair Access To Apprenticeship Benefits
Fair access to apprenticeships for everyone is both morally right and economically sound. There can be real business benefits from investing in the development of a diverse workforce through an apprenticeship programme.
Supporting non-traditional employees to succeed can in the short term require additional resources, but can also bring significant long-term benefits.
If you’re aged 19 or above, you may be eligible for adult skills funding if you undertake an advanced-level apprenticeship or higher apprenticeship. For further details, visit the Student Finance England website.