Please find below guides and information sheets for you to download.
You will find all the information you need about Apprenticeships, how they work, what you need and even finance and career guidance.
Apprenticeship levels range from level 2 (intermediate) through to level 7 (master’s level) in more than 1,500 different job roles.
Download the attached document to find out more about Apprenticeship Levels.
End Point Assessment (also commonly referred to as EPA) is the final stage of the apprenticeship programme.
Download the information sheet below to find out more about end-point assessments for Apprenticeships.
One of the benefits of being an apprentice is that you are paid, but how does this work and how could it affect your household?
Download the information sheet to find out all the information you need on Apprenticeships Finances.
With thousands of different apprenticeships to chose from – it can sometimes feel daunting to know where and when you should be looking – and what you should be looking out for.
Download the attached document to help find the right Apprenticeship for you.
The 9-1 grading scheme was brought in alongside a new GCSE curriculum in England, which began rolling out in 2017.
Download the information sheet which explains how the new GCSEs are graded.
It’s an exciting time for individuals thinking about green apprenticeship roles. Many organisations are now focusing on the different ways they can have a positive impact on the environment through the products and services they offer, and in turn, linking this to the apprenticeship programmes that they offer.
Download the information sheet for top tips to find a green apprenticeship.
You should always include a covering letter when you send your CV and/or an application form to an employer.
Download the information sheet below to find useful information and guidance to help you write the perfect cover letter for your application.
Many job adverts will request that you submit a CV as part of the application process. Having a CV ready that can be quickly updated is important for any new job seeker.
Download the information sheet for useful information and guidance how to write the perfect CV.
T Levels are qualifications combining classroom learning, alongside an industry placement and they are designed for young people as an option following GCSEs (post-16).
Download the information sheet to find out all you need to know about T-Levels.
A Traineeship is a fully-funded education and training programme for 16-24* year olds (*25 year olds with an Education, Health and Care Plan) to build employability skills and gain valuable sector-based experience through a work placement.
Download the information sheet to find out about Traineeships.
An apprenticeship is a real job, available to individuals aged 16+ (with no upper age limit). Apprentices are typically employed for at least 30 hours per week.
Please download the attached information sheet giving you the 8 Key Facts on Apprenticeships.
The new Provider Access Legislation has now taken effect and applies to all schools in England.
Download the guide below with sets out the main points that your school needs to know.