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An apprenticeship is an excellent career path which could lead to promotion within the company or progression onto another qualification.
Apprenticeships

An apprenticeship is an excellent career path which could lead to promotion within the company or progression onto another qualification.

Whether you are leaving school, already in work and want to gain qualifications or seeking a new career an apprenticeship might be for you.

Apprenticeships are a great way to learn and there are lots of great benefits. As an apprentice you will be employed like every other employee in your company which includes receiving a wage and getting paid holiday. All employed apprentices are entitled to a national minimum wage, currently £3.30 per hour, however some employers may pay their apprentices more than this. The average apprentice wage is £170 per week. If you are aged over 19 and in the second year of your apprenticeship you will be entitled to the National Minimum Wage.

Apprentices learn on the job and gain a vast amount of workplace experience. During your apprenticeship you will build your skills and knowledge and gain an understanding of what it takes to become successful in that industry. Your employer will give you all the support you need whilst at work. They will ensure your training fits your goals and relate to your skills. you need. We, as the training provider, will support your learning and can help with any issues that may arise.

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Cambridge Regional College

Earn while you learn

As an apprentice you will be employed like every other employee in your company which includes receiving a wage and getting paid holiday. All employed apprentices are entitled to a national minimum wage, currently £3.30 per hour, however some employers may pay their apprentices more than this. The average apprentice wage is £170 per week. If you are aged over 19 and in the second year of your apprenticeship you will be entitled to the National Minimum Wage.

Competence Qualification

As an apprentice you will be employed like every other employee in your company which includes receiving a wage and getting paid holiday. All employed apprentices are entitled to a national minimum wage, currently £3.30 per hour, however some employers may pay their apprentices more than this. The average apprentice wage is £170 per week. If you are aged over 19 and in the second year of your apprenticeship you will be entitled to the National Minimum Wage.

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Additional Apprenticeship places will be made available and there are plans to extend Higher Apprenticeships at Level 4.

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