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We offer Apprenticeships in two flavours: IT, Web, Software and Telecoms (England and Wales)and Engineering Manufacture (England and Wales). They are suitable for a number of different roles, such as IT Technician, AV Installer, Network Technician or Telecoms Technician among many others.

They are typically run over 2 years in the workplace. When Semester: Learning and Development manage your apprenticeship, it means that your apprentice will spend more time in work, being more productive, spending less time travelling, less costs on accommodation and getting a better  return on your investment than if they went to a bricks and mortar college.

This is made possible by our use of distance learning coupled with our up to the minute Learning Management System (LMS). We also use on-line seminars to bring learners together from different companies and backgrounds so enabling student interaction. We also offer flexible start times, so you are not restricted to when a college starts their courses. Also there are no minimum numbers, you can have as few as 1 apprentice.

The competence element will be assessed in the workplace by our team of expert assessors coupled with the use of an e-portfolio, allowing learners to concentrate on learning on the job.

So what does an apprenticeship consist of?

 

Apprenticeships

  1. Employment Rights and Responsibilities (ERR)
  2. Transferable Skills
  3. Knowledge Qualification
  4. Competence
  5. Personal Learning & Thinking Skills (PLTS)

 

 Apprenticeship levels:

App levels

The basic apprenticeship at level 2 is on a par with GCSE levels. In Wales it is called the Foundation Apprenticeship. Typically this will give the learner an insight into the industry and allow them to perform basic routine tasks.

The level 3 Advanced apprentice will already have achieved qualifications or an apprenticeship at level 2 and will learn more in depth knowledge and skills in their industry. When complete they will be the team leaders and typically rise quickly in their chosen industry, compared to those that do not follow an apprenticeship route.

A level 4, Higher Apprenticeship is for those who have level 3 knowledge and skills, possibly some A’ Levels and are looking to become leaders in their industry. They will follow a level 4 program which is equivalent in depth to the 1st year of a university Bachelors course.

It is possible for learners to progress through all the levels, it will take time, patience and hard work, but then all apprenticeships that are worth doing are like that anyway.

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