Practical, on-the-job training


Apprenticeships are now available in more than 170 industries, giving you practical on-the-job experience, essential learning tools and all-important qualifications that will last you a lifetime, wherever tomorrow takes you.

Why an Apprenticeship?

Earn while you learn

Gain a vocational qualification

Remain an essential part of the team

Continue your professional development

Practical and relevant experience

Discover the Apprenticeship that’s right for you


NEW Standard. This qualification is ideal if you have management responsibilities but no formal training, and are serious about developing your abilities. It’s particularly suited to practising team leaders seeking to move up to the next level of management, and managers who need to lead people through organisational change, budget cuts or other pressures.


We provide a mix of exciting new apprenticeship standards designed by employers to meet the needs of the manufacturing industry. Using LEAN principles, our Level 2 courses are suitable for operatives within the manufacturing sector looking to obtain new skills to help reduce waste and improve efficiency. The Level 3 Improvement Technician can be suitable for operatives and Team Leaders, using six sigma methodologies to improve business.


This course provides delegates with a high standard of knowledge and skills, as well as exploring excellence within the customer service sector. Understanding the need for quality, what drives customer behaviour and what creates customer retention, plus dealing with challenging scenarios such as complaints.



This apprenticeship programme is aimed at current and prospective business administration team staff. This qualification covers the skills and knowledge needed to be a successful business administration worker, covering competencies applicable to a wide range of contexts.



This programme is designed to meet the skills needs of employers of all sizes across the public, private and not-for-profit sectors. It will attract new talent into management and will help to up-skill the workforce to replace those who leave or retire.


A Sales Executive is a sales person working in either the Business to Business or Business to Consumer markets with responsibility to sell a specific product line or service. They plan their sales activities, lead the end-to-end sales interaction with the customer and manage their sales internally within their organisation. They will be responsible for retaining and growing a number of existing customer accounts, and generating new business by contacting prospective customers, qualifying opportunities and bringing the sales process to a mutually acceptable close.

Employ An Apprentice

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Become An Apprentice

To find out more about becoming an apprentice simply contact our expert team today!