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National Apprenticeships Week

This week is National Apprenticeships Week and Amazing Apprenticeships have lots of information and resources about apprenticeships.

In the Parent Zone you’ll find information about the many options available to your child on leaving school. They could join the sixth form, begin an apprenticeship, commence a T Level, develop their confidence through a traineeship, apply for full-time university, consider a gap year or even move into volunteering!

Being open-minded about the range of opportunities, and equipping yourself with knowledge and information is the best way to build your confidence, and ultimately to support your child to make the best decision for them. Download Amazing Apprenticeships Hints and Tips for Parents and Carers to find out more.

Discover why apprenticeships are so amazing by watching the short film below.

Explore Amazing Apprenticeships series of short and engaging films covering 12 school subjects and the many apprenticeship roles they link with.

Each film introduces a range of apprentice roles linked to the subject and outlines some of the tasks you could expect to be doing in each apprenticeship.

To access the full collection of Think Apprenticeship subject films, click here.  

The newly updated Higher and Degree Apprenticeship Vacancy Listing is also now available here! Showcasing 190+ apprenticeship vacancies across a wide range of sectors, the listing brings together the very best of higher and vocational education opportunities. You’ll find info on location, salary, closing and start dates, and a direct application link.

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