If you are 27 and want on-the-job training, an apprenticeship may be for you. On the other hand, if you’ve been working for a company for a long time, you may be able to become an apprentice, and the good news is you can be 27 to do this.
Apprenticeships are well-regarded and in great demand among businesses, and they cover various vocations. The training may give you the skills you need to begin your career, or it may help you enhance your skills if you are already employed. However, many people are unaware that apprenticeships may be utilised to develop leadership and management abilities.
Because apprentices learn on the job, you’ll be working for an employer and receiving real-world training, which means you’ll learn the skills needed for that profession while still being paid – including holiday pay. In addition, you will be expected to undergo off-the-job training.
Manufacturing, retail, health and social care, transportation, and engineering are among the industries where we offer apprenticeships.
If you are not a British citizen, you may work as an apprentice if you have the right to work in the UK, and the apprenticeship falls within the limits of your visa.