What is an Apprenticeship?
An apprenticeship is a work-based qualification/training programme designed around the needs of employers, which will lead the candidate to a nationally recognised qualification.
You can use apprenticeship pathways to train both new and existing employees. Apprenticeships take approximately 6 months - 18 months to complete.
Apprenticeships qualifications will take place in the workplace. Apprenticeships often fit in well and enhance the existing learning and development process within organisations.
Boost your workforce with apprenticeships:
Apprenticeships are a proven way to boost your workforce. They enable you to attract high-quality recruits with drive and ambition and they allow you to improve the skills and productivity of existing employees.
Most apprentices also study for a technical certificate, which provides further knowledge and understanding of the job.
Apprenticeships are a proven way to:
- Develop the skills of local people and involve them in the delivery of services.
- Fill skills gaps and recruit ambitious people who make things happen.
- Train your current workforce and grow the workforce of the future.
- Increase staff morale, productivity and retention.
As well as gaining a qualification, apprentices learn useful skills, such as:
- Working in teams.
- Problem solving and communication.
- Using new technology.
Apprenticeships available from ITS:
- Health & Social Care.
- Business Administration.
- Team Leading.
- Customer Services.