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Apprenticeships

Apprenticeships are high quality work-based training programmes for those who want to develop their future career prospects. They combine paid work with on-the-job training, qualifications and progression.

Taking an apprenticeship

An Apprenticeship programme is a work-based learning programme that is delivered via a blend of on and off-the-job training, whereby you can apply your skills in real work contexts. There are several units that make up an Apprenticeship: ‘competence’ units which are assessed on-the-job in the work place, and the ‘knowledge’ units (or technical certificate) which are generally taught in an off-the-job setting, such as a college – usually on a day-release basis.

The Apprenticeship programme is known as a framework and consists of:

A work-based qualification (usually an NVQ)
A technical certificate – or other knowledge based elements
Functional skills: English, Maths and ICT
Employee Rights and Responsibilities and Personal Learning and Thinking Skills

There are different levels of apprenticeship available for those aged 16 and over:

Intermediate Apprenticeships 

Typically, for an Intermediate Apprenticeship you will need a number of GCSEs grades A* to C with, ideally, English and maths being two of those subjects.

Advanced Apprenticeships 

For an Advanced Apprenticeship you will need at least 5 GCSEs with grades A* to C (4-9 on the new GCSE grading system) with, ideally, English and maths being two of those subjects. Advanced Apprenticeships offer you qualifications up to Level 3.

Higher education and Higher and Degree Apprenticeships

Your career doesn’t have to stop after an Advanced Apprenticeship. You can go on to study at a higher level, you can.

Apprenticeships are available to anyone over the age of 16. Entry requirements vary depending on the sector and the job but generally you will be expected to have at least 3 GCSEs at Grades D or above. To take an Apprenticeship at Waltham Training and Recruitment Consultants you must already be in employment.

Not employed:

Waltham Training and Recruitment Consultants LTD offers a number of apprenticeship courses. Please click here and get in touch with us for more information.

Employed:

We currently offer Apprenticeships in the following areas:

  • Business Administration
  • Diploma in health and social care
  • Business studies, customer services
  • Marketing
  • Diploma in child care
  • Education training Ptils, Dtils (Level 3-5)
  • Assessor awards

Guidance to employers

An Apprenticeship programme is a work-based learning programme that is delivered via a blend of on and off-the-job training, whereby people can apply their skills in real work contexts. There are several units that make up an Apprenticeship: ‘competence’ units which are assessed on-the-job in the work place, and the ‘knowledge’ units (or technical certificate) which are generally taught in an off-the-job setting, such as a college – usually on a day-release basis.

As an employer you can use Apprenticeships to train both new and existing employees. Some funding is available to train apprentices in certain categories.

The Apprenticeship programme is known as a framework and consists of:

A work-based qualification (usually an NVQ)
A technical certificate – or other knowledge based elements
Functional skills: English, Maths and ICT
Employee Rights and Responsibilities and Personal Learning and Thinking Skills

Business representatives from the relevant industry sector work with the Sector Skills Councils to develop the course content. Because they genuinely understand your business, the training will be relevant for your industry.
A training provider will provide an employer representative who will be able to support and guide you. They will work with you to:

Help you decide which Apprenticeship is right for you
Explain the way that Apprenticeships might work for you and if funding is available
Agree a training plan with your apprentice;
Recruit an apprentice or support your existing staff into Apprenticeships;
Manage the training and evaluation
Ensure that national quality standards are met and deliver integrated, coherent training.

There are two levels of apprenticeship available for those aged 16 and over:
Intermediate Apprenticeships (equivalent to five good GCSE passes)
Advanced Apprenticeships (equivalent to two A Level passes)
Apprenticeships will help your business succeed and grow as they help you to:

Reduce training and recruitment costs
Increase productivity and profit margins
Develop a skilled, motivated and qualified workforce
Improve customer service results

At Waltham Training and Recruitment Consultants we currently offer Apprenticeships in the following areas:

Business Administration
Team Leading and Management…

Ready to take on an apprenticeship and adavnce your career?

Contact us Now!
Waltham Training and Recruitment Consultants Ltd was fully registered in the company House and HMRC in England and Wales as a legitimate Ltd Company under The registration Number 09622783 by two Directors Mr. Bright Akora and Charles Karuhize, who have a wealth of experience in Teaching and Training learners in various areas, equipping them with relevant training to make their lives more effective.

Contact Information:
ADDRESS: SUITE 301- 302 COVENTRY ROAD, ILFORD IG1 4QR LONDON.
E-Mail: info@walthamtrc.co.uk
Phone: 02085210473 / 07863840278

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