National Apprenticeship Week 2022

3 February 2022

This week is the National Apprenticeship Week 2022. It has been created to celebrate apprenticeships and apprentices to It shine a light on how apprentices have helped employers of all sectors and industries.  

Unlike university or traditional education, apprenticeships focus on learning through on-the-job experience while studying for qualifications. These qualifications are nationally-recognised so can be added to a CV.  

In order to apply for an apprenticeship: 

  • Be over the age of 16  

  • Living in the country of the apprenticeship 

  • Not in full-time education 

There are different levels of apprenticeships:  

  • Intermediate apprenticeships: level 2, between one year and 19 months  

  • Advanced apprenticeships: Level 3, usually over two years  

  • Higher apprenticeships: Level 4, between three to six years  

  • Degree apprenticeships: Levels 6 — 7, between three to six years  

For more information on apprenticeships check the GOV.UK website  

At Boardrm, we are you career partner for life. We nurture careers at every stage because your future is our passion. As so, we currently have four apprentices, all working in different areas from marketing, data analyst to sales.  

By hiring apprentices, companies can support young professionals to acquire their qualifications whilst working and being an asset to the business. At Boardrm, we believe in full support regarding training and learning programmes.  

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