On an apprenticeship, you’re employed to do a real job while studying for a formal qualification. By the end of your apprenticeship, you’ll hopefully have gained the skills and knowledge needed to either succeed in your chosen career or progress onto the next apprenticeship level.
There are four different levels of apprenticeship:
Most job sectors offer apprenticeship opportunities in the UK, with a wide range of specific roles on offer within each.
Find out more information here https://www.prospects.ac.uk/jobs-and-work-experience/apprenticeships/what-is-an-apprenticeship
A traineeship is an education and training programme which incorporates work experience, preparing young people for their future careers by helping them to become ‘work ready’.
Designed for people aged 16 to 24 who don’t yet have the appropriate skills or experience, traineeships provide the essential work preparation training, English, maths and work experience needed to secure an apprenticeship or employment
Find out more information here https://www.allaboutschoolleavers.co.uk/school-leaver-options/apprenticeships/what-is-a-traineeship
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