All apprenticeship options focusing on choices after 18 years old

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  • What your child chooses to do after sixth-form or college can will have a big impact on their future. It’s not just about what they study and where they study, it’s about choosing a path that gives them the greatest chance of success depending on what’s best for them as individuals.

    Apprenticeships offer the opportunity to combine study with paid employment resulting in a professional qualification. Relatively new to the apprenticeship suite are “degree apprenticeships”, enabling students to get BSc or BA degree status. Apprenticeships are often referred to as an “earn while you learn” route to qualifications as they do not incur tuition fees and apprentices are paid as well as given the opportunity to undertake learning in a college, university or other educational establishment. This guide includes clear and unbiased information on:

     

    • Types of apprenticeship – the qualifications needed at each entry stage, what further qualifications the different levels offer and how long each apprenticeship lasts;
    • The pros and cons – why apprenticeships are ideal for some teens but not for others;
    • Degree apprenticeships – how they differ from full-time university degrees;
    • How to research an apprenticeship
    • Top ten apprenticeship providers
    • The application process and why it differs from applying to university
    • How you can help them prepare for interview to make the best impression
    • What you can do to get them ready Preparing for life at work.

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Wherever we refer to ‘parents’ we mean ‘parents and carers.’ This includes grandparents, older siblings or any other  person with significant caring responsibilities for children.