What is an Apprenticeship?
Apprenticeships are government funded training programmes that are 100% work based. After the completion of the apprenticeship individuals will achieve a nationally recognised qualification whilst gaining real life experience in a working environment.
How do they work?
At Anderson Stockley we offer a flexible delivery of training which enables individuals to be able to learn at a convenient time to them. Every learner will have access to online resources such as revision tools for the units in their specific qualification and practice exam questions for the learners to work through towards any exams. ASAT Ltd believe the best way to deliver qualifications is through face-to-face learning, including a range of 1-2-1 assessment, revision and observation visits. After the sign-up and induction has taken place ASAT Ltd will plan and agree a schedule of appointments with the learner and employer, on average every 4-6 weeks.
Who are they for?
Apprenticeships are for individuals over the age of 16 that are not in full time education. They can be for new recruits in a business or existing members of staff who are looking for further development.
What levels are Apprenticeships?