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Investing in an Apprentice means investing in the future
An apprenticeship is an ambitious programme of learning and development, designed to enable the apprentice to grow in their role and achieve the highest standard, demonstrating this through the knowledge, skills and behaviours they display in their work.
As well as focusing on their specific occupational area, the apprenticeship also develops and assesses their ability to use Maths, English and ICT effectively during their day, improving their ability to articulate their ideas and opinions, solve problems, and communicate solutions.
The apprenticeship is a journey of realisation, which ends with the apprentice planning their next development activity.
Structured learning programme relevant to job role and career aspirations
Develop new knowledge and skills
Take on additional responsibilities
Gain more confidence
Achieve a nationally recognised qualification
Apprenticeships are for everyone, regardless of age. It’s simply not true that you have to be a school-leaver, just starting on the career ladder, to undertake an apprenticeship. Apprenticeships are about developing knowledge and skills. If you’ve already got some of those skills, you simply start a bit further down the line.
Are responsible for setting people up on systems and providing support when needed, rectifying issues to maintain the organisations productivity.
Are responsible for advocating customer service and acting as referral points for more complex or technical customer requests, queries or complaints.
Are responsible for managing teams to deliver a clearly defined outcome, providing direction, instructions and guidance to ensure achievement of goals.
Are expected to contribute to the efficiency of an organisation, through support of functional areas, working across teams and resolving issues as requested.
Are responsible for applying a safe system of working while making a technical contribution to the equipment, systems or processes they work with.
Are responsible for managing people and teams working specifically in a security environment, ensuring regulatory requirements are met.
Are responsible for ensuring individuals held in custody and detention centres are held in a secure, safe, decent and fair environment.
Are responsible for the maintenance and repair of a range of equipment, sometimes complex, as part of planned maintenance programmes.