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About Apprenticeships

Apprenticeships combine practical on-the-job training alongside studying work-related qualifications for those aged of 16 or above, living in England and not currently in full-time education.

Apprenticeships can take from one to four years to complete depending on your level of entry, and the type of apprenticeship you choose. The level that you start at will vary depending on your current skills, qualifications and experience. This information will usually be included in the apprenticeship vacancy advert or job description.

APPRENTICES WORK FOR A MINIMUM OF 30 HOURS A WEEK AND A MAXIMUM OF 40 HOURS A WEEK.
Apprentices work for a minimum of 30 hours a week and a maximum of 40 hours a week.
FOUR DAYS A WEEK WILL BE SPENT IN THE WORKPLACE TO GAIN ON-THE-JOB EXPERIENCE
Four days a week will be spent in the workplace to gain on-the-job experience.
One day a week will be spent at St Helens College gaining your work-related qualifications.
One day a week will be spent at St Helens College gaining your work-related qualifications.
You will earn at least the national minimum wage for apprentices in your age group.
You will earn at least the national minimum wage for apprentices in your age group.