Thinking of taking an Apprenticeship after Global Academy?
Another option for students who graduate from Global Academy is an Apprenticeship. Apprenticeships involve taking on a real job with responsibilities, whilst studying towards a recognised qualification and getting paid too!
National Apprenticeship Week 2022
Click the link below to go to our live list of events, webinars and sessions taking place during National Apprenticeship Week 2022 or download the Student Activity Pack to help you explore what apprenticeships are, the types of apprenticeships available and the benefits.
What are Apprenticeships?
Apprenticeships are ideal if you have a clear idea of the career you’d like to pursue, and you’re willing to commit to work and study. Students can undertake an apprenticeship when they finish at Global Academy instead of going to University. The majority of your learning will be through on-the-job training in your place of work.
This is a great option if you want to specialise in a certain area of the industry after you’ve completed your studies at Global Academy.
There are different types of Apprenticeships that lead to different levels of qualification:
- Level 2 Intermediate Apprenticeships lead to the equivalent of GCSE and vocational qualifications
- Advanced Apprenticeships lead to Level 3 qualifications, the equivalent of A-Levels
- Higher and Degree Apprenticeships will see you studying towards Level 4 and above qualifications
Whichever level you start on, you’ll be gaining valuable on-the-job experience alongside recognised learning. Depending on which career route you’re planning to take, choosing an Apprenticeship might just be the best option for you.
Find out more by checking out the following links:
Make this Government website your first stop.
DO create an account if you are interested in apprenticeships as they will send you an alert when something comes up which you might be interested in. The next four links will take you to different sections of that website.
How to write a winning apprenticeship application
Higher and degree apprenticeships
These are excellent sites giving lots of information for school-leavers (Year 11 and older) about apprenticeships, jobs, reviews and career advice. By registering, you will be alerted to anything which might interest you.