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A presentation designed for Year 12 students to raise their awareness about apprenticeships

A presentation designed for Year 12 students to raise their awareness about apprenticeships

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  • Work-based LearningConsist of: NVQTechnical Certificate (often BTEC)Functional SkillsAssessment takes place at work place and/or training providerTechnical Certificate & Functional skills delivered by training providerVariety of sectors from Groundsmanship to Hairdressing
  • TrueFalse – 38False – I will tell you about some case studies in a whileFalse – 200Generally True – perhaps one day a week at training provider, but some apprenticeships are all done at work depending on the organisation’s ability to assess the qualifications
  • Take a look at the college websites to find out about apprenticeship offers
  • Research your subject of interest and contact the training providers
  • ….I was a carpenter but wanted to move into engineering & heard about apprenticeships”….Just a little bit harder and more work to put in as it went on”
  • ………..My HNC & HND were paid for by my employer”…….Balancing the work and study is a bit of a struggle because of the long hours and I end up doing college work at weekends but I would advise people to do it because it gives you scope to get a better job”
  • At your training provider………..or support at the employer including Union Learn

Apprenticeships 2011 Apprenticeships 2011 Presentation Transcript

    • “Happy are those who dream dreams and are ready to pay the price to make them come true.”
    Leon J. Suenes
  • Apprenticeships & Progression
    Helen Watts
  • What is an Apprenticeship?
    QCF
    True or False
    Variety of Subjects
    Training Providers
    Case Studies
    How to Apply
    Support
    Useful Websites
    The Plan
  • What is an apprenticeship?
  • Minimum wage £95/wk
    Based on 45 hours per week
    You cannot do a degree if you do an apprenticeship
    There are around 50 different types of apprenticeship
    You spend some time at work and some time at a training provider
    True or False - Apprenticeships
  • Tresham College
    Wellingborough
    Kettering
    Corby
    Moulton College
    Moulton (Northampton)
    Daventry
    HighamFerrers
    Northampton College
    Northampton
    Daventry
    Training Providers
  • NITAL - Engineering
    Aston - Hair & Business
    Starting Off – Business & Customer Service
    Key Training – Business & Customer Service
    Triangle Training – Childcare
    Kettering Borough Training - Healthcare
    Specialist Training Providers
  • 14 April 2011
    11
    Jamie Oliver
    Prospects….
    An Apprentice......
    Now a successful Chef & businessman!
    He trained under some great chefs
    now offers numerous catering apprenticeships to young people through his restaurant ‘Fifteen’
  • 14 April 2011
    12
    Ruth Badger
    Prospects….
    ‘The Apprentice’ runner up
    Now a successful businesswoman!
    An apprenticeship in business administration when she was 16 put her on track for a successful career running her own business.
    “to take on my own apprentices and give another generation the same chance”
  • Mechanical Engineer
    Case Study: James
  • Why an apprenticeship?
    “Easy way at getting a job & getting a qualification……”
    How did you find the transition?
    “Not really a massive jump…”
    In the spotlight
  • Electrical Engineer
    Case Study: Craig
  • What made you progress onto HE?
    “I’m quite driven, it was the next step forward in improving myself and a good way of getting a degree while working at the same time. …”
    How often to you go to college?
    “Once a week on a Monday”
    In the spotlight
  • 14 April 2011
    17
    What are Employers Looking for?
  • “Learning Support” or “Students Services“
    Careers
    Counselling
    Additional Learning Support
    Youth Work Team
    Support
  • Websites
  • Websites