5 reasons to do an apprenticeship
How an apprenticeship can be the beginning of a long and successful career
You get paid to learn
You’ll earn a salary while gaining invaluable experience and expert knowledge, which will set you up for career success. Unlike uni, you won’t be left with debt to pay off.
There’s plenty of choice
There are many different types of apprenticeships out there, be it sports, creative, business, tech or construction, so you can find a programme that suits your interests and chosen career path.
During your apprenticeship, you’ll gain industry-recognised qualifications to build your skills and knowledge, and help you demonstrate your value to future employers.
An apprenticeship is a great way to kickstart your career. Learning ‘on the job’ means networking opportunities, support from the employer, social benefits, and financial perks like paid annual leave.
Learn from the experts
You’ll work alongside people who know the ins and outs of the role and how the sector works, giving you first-hand insight and an understanding of the job that you just can’t get from the classroom.