Before you begin your apprenticeship, your employer will usually contact you. When this happens, you should try to find out what they are:
- your working hours
- the necessary clothing
- items you need, such as your ID or a notepad and pencils
- your transportation options, such as where to park or the nearest train station
You will spend at least 20% of your working time doing ‘off-the-job training’ for your apprenticeship. This training may be carried out in several ways. For example, in a college, university, or online at your job.
The business will find you a suitable training provider.
You can find out more about training providers by going to:
- Consult your teacher or a career coach for assistance
- Speak with your supervisor