An apprenticeship is a way to earn whilst you learn.

It’s a genuine paid job, with study/training, meaning you gain paid work experience as well as nationally recognized qualifications.

All study is tailored towards your future career - and you also learn on the job from experienced colleagues.

WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF APPRENTICESHIPS?

Pickering offers a range of apprenticeship levels dependent on your qualifications and the engineering department you choose to work in.

Advanced

You'll work towards a Level 2 or 3 NVQ through work-based learning whilst also achieving functional skills, which are supported by a knowledge based qualification such as a BTEC.

Higher

You'll work towards Level 4 through work-based learning which is consolidated by the achievement of a foundation degree.

Full Degree

You'll work towards our work-based learning degree qualification.

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