How do Apprenticeships work?
An apprenticeship programme is a work-based learning programme that is delivered via a
mixture of on and off-the-job training, whereby you can apply your skills in real work contexts.
The units from the ‘competence’ part of an apprenticeship are assessed on-the-job in the
workplace, whilst the ‘knowledge’ part (or technical certificate) will generally be taught in an
off-the-job setting at college, usually on a day-release basis, one day per week during term
Contact our Apprenticeship Team:
020 7501 5313