Suffolk New College
If you’re ready to enter the world of work, as well as gain qualifications that employers look for, you can get the best of both worlds with an Apprenticeship at Suffolk New College. The College offers Apprenticeships in a range of industries from Catering to Plumbing and Hairdressing to IT.
Whatever you're looking for, we aim to provide you with quality training and a great experience of a working environment. https://www.suffolk.ac.uk/apprenticeships/apprenticeship-guide#student
At WS Training we offer a wide range of apprenticeships to help people get into work or further their skills. An apprenticeship is a work based qualification aimed at anyone who is over 16 at the start of the academic year, allowing them to earn while they learn and gain the necessary skills and professional competencies in their chosen career.
We offer apprenticeships in Business Services, Engineering, Health and Social Care, IT and Marketing. https://www.wstraining.co.uk/apprenticeships
West Suffolk College
Apprenticeship Vacancies. An apprenticeship is an excellent way of getting started in your chosen career. You will have a paid job whilst also working towards an Apprenticeship in your industry area. Click here to find out more about apprenticeships and vacancies at West Suffolk College. https://www.wsc.ac.uk/find-a-course/apprenticeships
Please also see a link to West Suffolk College's YouTube video offering further advice. about post-16 options: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kDUEO_94EFQ&feature=youtu.be
All About Apprenticeships Visit this site for information about apprenticeship vacancies, advice on different types of apprenticeships and links with employers offering apprenticeships https://allaboutapprenticeships.co.uk/
Please see below for a really useful Parent Pack about Apprenticeships. This pack gives parents and carers apprenticeship information and advice from employers about what they are looking for. It breaks down questions about the role of training providers, the apprenticeship guarantee and includes other parents’ thoughts on their child doing an apprenticeship.