Apprenticeship 'Frameworks' or 'Standards'
Apprenticeship training programmes - known as 'Frameworks' or 'Standards' - cover hundreds of skills and trades, and not just the traditional trades commonly associated with apprenticeships.
Did you know you can train as an apprentice in areas such as Learning Support Assistants, Business Administration and Hairdressing, as well Carpentry, Motor Vehicle and Engineering?
We even have specialist Marine and Maritime Industry apprenticeships based at the National Maritime Training Centre in Gravesend.
Business, IT & Management
Carpentry & Wood Occupations
Painting & Decorating
Plumbing & Heating
Refrigeration & Air Conditioning
Service Industries, Education & Health
Catering - Commis Chef
Catering - Hospitality Team Member
at The Lee Stafford Academy
Learning Support Assistant (Teaching Assistant)
Marine & Maritime Industries
Maritime Officer of the Watch
Maritime Studies (Boat Master Licence)
There are three levels of apprenticeships available:
• Intermediate – Level 2: equivalent to five A* to C’s at GCSE
• Advanced – Level 3: equivalent to two A Levels
• Higher – Level 4 & 5: equivalent to an HND or Foundation Degree
We can advise you and your employer which level to undertake depending on your qualifications and the needs of the business. You can work through each level as you qualify if you want to.
If you’re already in work and want to gain more skills, speak to your employer about changing to an apprenticeship and we can advise which is the best apprenticeship programme for both you and your organisation.
Contact us on 01322 629400 or email firstname.lastname@example.org