Finding an apprenticeship job?

Posted on October 31, 2015 at 11:07 pm

If you are looking to train towards a career but want to be able to earn a small wages whilst doing so then an apprenticeship could be the way forward. An apprenticeship can be taken in a number of job roles within a wide range of industries and each course will vary in terms of time to complete and hours you will work during a week. For example, you may find an electrician apprenticeship that you wish to apply for that will take between 3 and 4 years to complete working four days a week, but some web developer apprenticeships only last 1 to 2 years.

If you are interested in looking in to this way of getting on the career ladder, then the .gov website has an online tool that allows you to search for apprenticeships within your area or selected radius of your address. You can then click through to apply for the position or find out more information. Although the wage for apprentices is pretty low in comparison, it does mean that you can work and earn a little instead of having to go to college or uni where you will not get paid for being in the classroom.

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