- Apprenticeships provide the opportunity to gain practical experience.
- Apprentices are employed and earn a salary. It is a job with training and therefore can be completed by those aged 16-18, meaning that they don’t have to stay in full time education.
- They receive training to help them develop their skills and knowledge within their chosen role
- There are no student debts or fees to pay.
- The minimum wage for apprentices is currently £3.50 per hour, although many employers pay more.
- Apprentices are provided with the standard benefits as the other employees within that company.
- Apprenticeships provide nationally-recognised qualifications that are valued by employers.
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