What are Apprenticeships?
An apprenticeship combines practical training and study while on the job, which you will get paid for. As an apprentice you will work alongside experienced staff gaining skills relating to the job you are doing. You will be given time off for you to attend the relevant training and study.
If you would like more information about apprenticeship opportunities in Hull please contact one of the four providers below. Alternatively you can approach a company or organisation direct and they will give you advice on what they have available and how to proceed.
Hull Training and Adult Education
They provide education and training to over 8,000 learners and businesses every year. They cover over a 100 different local and community venues and are able to provide a huge range of courses to suit everyone. These include Apprenticeships, Study Programmes, part-time adult courses, and professional training for individuals and employers.
If you are keen to enter the world of work but want to continue studying, an apprenticeship could be for you.
Frameworks are available in a whole host of industries from business to construction and accounting to hairdressing, all combining work-based learning with classroom learning. This enables you to earn while you learn, as well as gaining a recognised qualification in the process.
The College’s apprenticeships are delivered by HCUK Training, our commercial training arm. For more information about options or to view current apprenticeship vacancies, click here to find out more.
Prospect Training Services
Prospect Training Services offer Apprenticeships in Business Admin L2, L3 & L4. Customer Service L2 & L3, Team Leading L2 and Management L3. Apprenticeships are only available to people who are employed for a minimum of 30 hours per week
Find Apprenticeship opportunities by searching the NHS job page.