Why become an apprentice?
• Earn a wage
• Gain a qualification and learn new skills
• Receive quality and current training standards
• Meet new people and develop new opportunities
• Start on a career path
How does the apprenticeship programme work?
An apprenticeship programme is a work based learning programme which is delivered via a mixture of on and off the job training, whereby you can apply your skills in real work contexts.
The apprenticeship programme is called a framework and usually consists of the following:
• Knowledge element: This is the technical certificate and covers the theory side of your work which is delivered when you attend College, so that you can put these newly acquired skills into practice at work
• Competence element:
This is the practical side of the programme and is assessed directly within the workplace by a Lambeth College Assessor to ensure that you are developing your skills within the workplace and putting all that you learn at College into practice
• Functional skills: This area covers English, Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and Mathematics
• Transferable skills: These are the skills that help you develop your Personal Learning and Thinking Skills (PLTS) and your rights as an employee within the workplace
We offer apprenticeships in:
• Business, Accounting and Computing
• Creative Arts and Media
• Hospitality and Catering
• Health Care and Early Years
• Sport, Uniformed Public Services & Travel
Who can apply?
• You must be aged 16 or over and completed full time education
• You must meet the relevant entry criteria
• Have been living in the UK / EU for 3 years before starting your apprenticeship
How do I apply?
• Apply for an apprenticeship vacancy via lambethcollege.ac.uk or register your details with our apprenticeship team via firstname.lastname@example.org
• If you already have an employer, we can work with your employer to help you become an apprentice
Contact our Apprenticeship Team:
020 7501 5313