National Apprenticeship Week 14 – 18 March 2016

Meet some extraordinary apprentices and enter our competition to win an iPad Air.
Meet Leanne
Leanne is studying an advanced apprenticeship in Design at Warwickshire College Group, and is employed by Doodletogs.
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Meet Bradley
Bradley progressed from an intermediate apprenticeship to a higher apprenticeship in Engineering. He is studying with Dudley College and employed by KUKA Systems.
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Apprenticeships are one of the options open to you after you finish school. There are thousands of programmes on offer – spanning over 1,500 job roles. National Apprenticeship Week runs between 14-18 March and to celebrate, we’re giving away an iPad Air to one lucky person who can suggest a new apprenticeship subject that isn’t already on offer.


Some surprising facts about apprenticeships from the National Apprenticeship Service

  • Employers say that qualified apprentices are 15% more employable than those with other qualifications.
  • 89% of apprentices are satisfied with their apprenticeship and 83% of apprentices said their career prospects had improved.
  • Nearly one fifth of advanced apprentices progress to either college or university.
  • Those completing a higher apprenticeship could see increased earnings of an estimated £150,000 over their lifetime.
  • On average, individuals with an advanced apprenticeship earn between £77,000 and £117,000 more over their lifetime than similar individuals with only Level 2 qualifications.

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