As an apprentice, you should be able to work at least 30 hours a week. If the personal circumstances or the life of your work make this impossible, an absolute demand of 16 hours must be met.
How much do you get for an apprenticeship?
Based on the regular apprenticeship wage, you can earn a minimum of £124.50 per week if you spend 30 hours a week as a full-time worker.
You will earn a minimum of £246 every 30-hour week if you are above the age of 19 and have been in one for more than a year.