Apprenticeships Advice

There are currently some great apprenticeships offered by several local employers. Please see Mrs Herrington in the Admin Office for more information. Areas of work on offer include; hairdressing, science and water engineering.

'What Apprenticeship?' Handbook

Apprenticeships are perfect for those who want a more practical route into their career. This usually happens by working for an employer while studying part time (one or two days a week) and allows students to gain valuable work experience that they don't get with studying in a classroom. On top of this, apprentices are paid a wage and are treated like a regular member of staff.

There are now over 200 different Apprenticeships in a variety of different industries, such as hospitality, nursing, chemical engineering and even things you might not have thought of, like nuclear working or playwork.

Click here to view the handbook.

National Careers Service

The National Careers Service are dedicated to helping you get the advice you need for future skills, careers, work and life choices. They can help you develop your career with specially designed tools to help you move on in your career, or get you on the job ladder.

Click here.


Careerpilot is a careers information website, which includes:

- Your choices at 14, 16 and 18?

- More about different job sectors and what they are looking for.

- About working and studying — including apprenticeship and uni level study

Get the information you need to help you plan your future work and study at