The Complete Guide to Higher and Degree Apprenticeships

Apprenticeships offer a valid alternative to university, with the qualifications to match. If you choose a degree apprenticeship, you still get to graduate with your cap and gown, along with several years of work experience under your belt. First and foremost, though, an apprenticeship is a job with substantial training and the development of transferable … Continue reading The Complete Guide to Higher and Degree Apprenticeships

William Shellard – BBC Bristol

William has continued  as a  BBC employee after completing his apprenticeship Before starting my Apprenticeship at BBC Bristol I was studying for my AS/A Levels in Media, Graphics, Film Studies and Mathematics at Sixth Form. In the media industry, experience is extremely valuable and therefore an Apprenticeship is an amazing opportunity. It provides on the … Continue reading William Shellard – BBC Bristol

Jess Perrett

Jess started work with Bristol City Council as an apprentice carpenter September 2012. Jess immediately demonstrated a natural talent and has excelled all the way through her apprenticeship, culminating in her being awarded the apprentice of the year award 2015 across all of the construction trades, this award acknowledges the outstanding efforts, skills and desire  … Continue reading Jess Perrett

Terry White – South Gloucestershire Council

Congratulations to Terry White, a South Gloucestershire Council apprentice, who secured a prestigious award at this year’s Public Sector People Managers’ Association (PPMA) apprentice of the year awards. Terry recently completed his Level 2 Business Administration apprenticeship and was recognised for the award because of his appetite for learning and his commitment to his role … Continue reading Terry White – South Gloucestershire Council

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