In a nutshell, you certainly can! Even if you lack qualifications, many apprenticeship programmes are accessible to you. So, if you’re thinking, “I failed my Maths,” don’t worry; a fantastic career may still be available.
Apprenticeships are categorised based on their difficulty level. “Intermediate apprenticeships” do not always need any qualifications.
These apprenticeships are often known as entry-level or level 2 apprenticeships.
Intermediate apprenticeships often span one to two years. They provide a work-based certification, such as an NVQ level 2 and a knowledge-based certificate, such as a BTEC. If completed, intermediate apprenticeships are equal to five GCSEs.
If you don’t have GCSEs in English and Maths, you’ll almost certainly have to take those courses as part of your apprenticeship.