Offering apprenticeships

Apprenticeships can last for between one and five years, and allow new or existing employees aged over 16 to combine work with study to gain specific job skills. Offering an apprenticeship involves several steps including selecting the right type and trainer for your needs, checking what funding and support are available, learning your contractual responsibilities as an employer, and finding and recruiting an apprentice. Click on the links below to get sound advice and information.

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