So you’ve nearly completed your apprenticeships, so what happens at the end of an apprenticeship?
Apprenticeships constitute an employment, and apprentices are treated the same as everyone else on the job.
To guarantee that apprentices have the same employment rights as any other employee, they should be issued an apprenticeship agreement (a contract of employment) from the start. After finishing their apprenticeship, an apprentice should remain with the organisation and, in some instances, be offered the option to advance to a higher-level apprenticeship.
Suppose the employer cannot offer continued work after the apprenticeship. In that case, it should nonetheless you may be given as a fixed-term contract.
You should expect the employer to help apprentices in seeking other employment and, at the very least, to conduct a leaving interview.