Apprenticeships and Qualifications
An apprenticeship is a way of studying towards a formal qualification while working. Anyone aged over 16 can be an apprentice and there’s no upper age limit, so you can study in your current role. The cost of your apprenticeship will be met by your employer’s Apprenticeship Levy fund.
Finding an apprenticeship
Known as ‘apprenticeship standards’, there are over 650 subjects to choose from ranging from the very specific, like Adult Care Worker, to more general, such as the Operations Manager. Keep this in mind when searching for an apprenticeship that’s suitable for your role.
Popular apprenticeships we deliver
These are some the most popular apprenticeships that we deliver.
- Social care: Adult Care Worker | Lead Adult Care Worker | Children, Young People & Families Manager
- Business skills: Customer Service Practitioner | Customer Service Specialist | Business Administrator |
- Management and leadership: Operations/Departmental Manager | Team Leader/Supervisor
Registering your interest
When you’ve chosen your apprenticeship, you and your line manager will need to complete a form to register your interest.
After you’ve returned your form, an LGSS Learning & Development Advisor will contact you to discuss what happens next.Alternatively, for more information about apprenticeships or to make a general enquiry about apprenticeships contact firstname.lastname@example.org.