Apprenticeships

As an apprentice, you’re employed to do a real job whilst you train, developing new skills and obtaining the knowledge needed to succeed in your chosen career. For a minimum of 12 months, the apprenticeship will combine hands-on work with learning and studying at college for at least 20% of your time.

The National Minimum Apprenticeship wage went up to £4.30 from £4.15 per hour on 1st April 2021. Any questions, please do get in touch! We are here to help.

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Looking for an Apprenticeship?

As an apprentice, you’re employed to do a real job whilst you train, developing new skills and obtaining the knowledge needed to succeed in your chosen career. For a minimum of 12 months, the apprenticeship will combine hands-on work with learning and studying at college for at least 20% of your time.

Why Choose an Apprenticeship?

Here’s five good reasons:

  1. Get paid whilst you learn
  2. Get experience of a real job
  3. Learn skills that are directly related to your job
  4. Most apprentices continue working with their employers
  5. Apprenticeships make you more employable.

Entry requirements:

If you’re 16 or over, you can become an apprentice as long as you spend at least 50% of your working hours in England for the duration of the apprenticeship and you are not in full-time education.

Each level has different entry requirements, and each apprenticeship vacancy will specify what these are, along with the qualities the employer is looking for.

Level 2 Apprenticeship Standards

Level 3 Apprenticeship Standards

Level 5 Apprenticeship Standards

Are You an Employer?

Scarborough TEC provides innovative training solutions while offering the very best in educational opportunities, working in partnership with employers in our region to deliver apprenticeships that will help our future economy to thrive.