Apprenticeships offer alternative pathways post GCSEs or A levels, that can lead to a rewarding and viable career.

For students who are looking for alternative career options to university and who are uncertain about their next steps post GCSEs or A levels, an apprenticeship can offer a rewarding and viable career pathway.

As an apprenticeship training provider, our mission continues to raise awareness and the profile of apprenticeships in education and PE, health, and wellbeing.

We’re here to support students, parents, and career leads in addressing queries regarding apprenticeships and providing insights and guidance to help them make informed decisions about their future career paths.

Apprenticeships are a great opportunity if you’re over 16 years old and looking to earn money whilst learning new skills.

Our Teaching Assistant apprenticeships in education or PE, Health, and Wellbeing provide a stepping stone to a professional career.

Did you know apprenticeships

  • Apprenticeships are employed positions where apprentices receive a monthly wage from their employer.
  • Can be used as a stepping stone into teaching.
  • An opportunity to experience the job you’re training in and gain transferable skills.
  • You can apply to university post your apprenticeship (subject to achieving the relevant A-level grades)
  • Discover if you enjoy working with children, before committing to teaching.

To apply for an apprenticeship, you’ll need to be:

  • 16 or over,
  • living in England
  • not in full-time education