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How does an Apprenticeship work?

In essence, Apprenticeships haven't changed since the day they were invented.

They are an effective way of teaching the skills of a particular trade. Most Apprenticeships last about three years. They are built around three key elements: National Vocational Qualifications (NVQs) which provide the framework for the practical training; Technical Certificates (Further Education), often a day-release to college to provide the theory side; and Functional Skills, the literacy, numeracy and IT skills that everyone requires in modern working life.


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Engineering Apprenticeships offer you the opportunity to gain a nationally recognised qualification, whilst being in employment.

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