Higher Apprenticeships are the best combination of on-the-job and off-the-job training; empowering employees with the necessary Knowledge, Skills and Behaviours required for the industry.
Upskilling your workforce is cost-effective and will support in developing a motivated, qualiﬁed and professional workforce. Higher Apprentices can develop their skills and knowledge at work alongside their studies, making them able to meet the unique needs of your business.
WHAT DOES IT COVER?
The skills and knowledge in one or more of a wide variety of engineering manufacturing activities, which includes; research, design, new product development and introduction, engineering and manufacture.
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Co-investment Model, 90% Government contribution, 10% Company contribution
Individuals must meet the following requirements to be accepted onto a Higher Apprenticeship:
• BTEC National Certiﬁcate / Diploma in an engineering discipline (course entry may also be gained on completing City & Guilds Level 3 Craft programme, or completing the Bridging unit 331 in Advanced Maths and Science)
• GCSE The Engineering College National Certiﬁcate / Diploma in an engineering discipline (course entry may also be gained on completing City & Guilds Level 3 Craft programme, or completing the Bridging unit 331 in Advanced Maths and Science)
• Subject to suitability of job role to sustain an NVQ Level 4 qualiﬁcation
FOR MORE INFORMATION
To find out more about how to recruit an apprentice or for more information, contact our Recruitment Team on 0151 666 1028 or email firstname.lastname@example.org