Vocational Qualifications- This is the hands on part of your training which shows that you understand your job and how to do it effectively. This will be a Certificate or Diploma depending on the level of your apprenticeship.
Knowledge Qualifications – This will build your knowledge of the theory behind your job and gives you the opportunity to develop technical skills. This will also be a certificate or Diploma depending on the level of your apprenticeship.
Functional Skills – Increase your confidence by developing your English, Maths and ICT skills. (Depending on your GCSE grades, you may not have to complete functional skills).
Employer Rights and Responsibilities (ERR) – Ensures that you as an apprentice understands each of the 9 national outcomes for ERR, such as your rights and responsibilities under employment law, health and safety and career pathways for your chosen career.
Personal Learning and Thinking Skills (PLTS) – this involves, creative thinking, independent enquiry, reflective learning, team work, self-management and effective participation.
You will be assigned a Training coordinator/Assessor who will support you from day one and for the duration of your apprenticeship, they will visit you every 10 weeks to review your progress and will be available to speak to you at any time should you need to. Your assessors and tutors are also there to support you with your qualifications throughout your training.
To apply please visit our website www.citytraining.org.uk and follow the link to apply for an apprenticeship.