Acquiring new skills and qualifications is a great way to advance your career, but there are also financial benefits. For most people, a future with a larger income is in our hands if we invest time in learning.
There are no tuition fees or students loans required, regardless of you age or circumstances.
Intermediate Apprenticeships. Intermediate Apprentices work towards a qualification at Level 2 and English and maths skills. Many include a technical certificate, a qualification that assesses your work-related knowledge and understanding.
Advanced Apprenticeships. As an Advanced Apprentice, you can aim for a supervisory, technical or management role. Advanced Apprentices work towards a qualification at Level 3 as well as English and maths. People with an Advanced Level Apprenticeship earn on average over £100,000 more over the course of their career, all without the costs associated with getting a Degree.
Higher Apprenticeships. Higher Apprenticeships work towards work-based learning qualifications such as Level 4 or 5 and in some cases, a HE based qualification such as a Foundation degree.