Apprenticeships give you the opportunity to work for an employer, earn a salary and gain a recognised qualification at the same time as gaining valuable workplace skills and experience.
- All apprenticeships are at least 12 months long
- All apprentices should work for at least 30 hours per week (exceptions in some professions)
- All apprentices receive the appropriate national minimum wage
You will also develop your maths, English and ICT skills.
The Adult Education Service currently offers the following apprenticeship training:
- Business and Administration
- Customer Service
- Leadership & Management - accredited through CMI
- Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools
- The Early Years Educator (formally Children and Young People's Workforce)
If you are not yet ready for an apprenticeship, talk to us about our programme for 16-23 year-olds.
Leadership & Management – Ruth BrightyAddress: Southfields Old School
Business Admin ApprenticeshipsAddress: Southfields Old School