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Apprenticeship Overview

Apprenticeships are an excellent way of gaining qualifications and workplace experience. As an employee, you can earn as you learn and you gain practical skills from the workplace.


Apprentices earn a wage and work alongside experienced staff to gain job-specific skills. Off the job, away from the immediate pressures of their job, apprentices receive training to work towards nationally recognised qualifications.

 
The minimum salary is £3.40 per hour, however, many apprentices earn significantly more.

To view our range of Apprenticeships click here.

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Assessment

As an apprentice you will be working for a minimum of 30 hours per week.

Most work towards the apprenticeship will be done during work hours. 

You will be assessed via a range of professional discussions, work products and worksheets.

If maths, English and ICT are required by the framework, these will be completed via online testing.

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Learning

Our assessors visit apprentices every month for a period of 1-2 hours in which training and assessment will take place towards the achievment of your apprenticeship framework.

Manuals and e-learning reosurces are supplied to help you in your learning.

 

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Testimonials

Ross
Receptionist, DCLT, Doncaster

"I have enjoyed doing my Customer Service Qualification and found it easy with the help of Danni"

Diane
Reception Supervisor, DCLT, Doncaster

"I have enjoyed my meetings with Danielle, they have been very good and i have learnt a lot in the last few months."

Louise
Receptionist, DCLT, Doncaster

"Excellent support from my assessor throughout"

John
Employer: Broadbents, Huddersfield

"We are delighted to say that your training has proven to be different. Your trainers talked to me before they talked to my staff to establish the needs of the company. Your trainers took note of what we needed and then went further by ensuring that my staff had the prerequisite knowledge, ability and desire to achieve what was going to be asked of them. The training was focused on the needs of this company; consequently to complete the training my staff had to become more involved in what we do and more importantly, why we do what we do. As a result of this involvement some of our systems have now changed for the better. In addition, the staff have developed a greater depth of knowledge about our systems, making implementation easier. "

Lesley
Apprenticeship, West Yorkshire

"I have studied with CMS over the last year and have enjoyed every minute.  Due to Karen my tutors encouragement and mentoring I have passed Team Leading Level 2 and Management Level 3 Apprenticeships and even passed my Communication skills Level 3, I would recommend CMS to any students looking to progress their key skills and work based qualifications."

Rachel
Employer: Redwall Estates, Dinnington

"Given that our new apprentice has been such a success we are looking to acquire a second apprentice."

Kim
Admin Assistant, Nord Anglia Education

"Thank you for all your support and commitment"
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Apprenticeships are Changing - How, When and Why?

Introduction of the Apprenticeship Levy

The Apprenticeship Levy is a tax coming into effect from the 1st May 2017.

Only those with a payroll of more than £3,000,000 will be affected by the Apprenticesdhip Levy with 0.5% of payroll in excess of £3,000,000 being payable via the Apprenticeship Levy.

Find out more and how it will effect your employer by reading our Blog: The Apprenticeship Levy - What is it?

Funding Mechanism & Rates

The way in which Apprenticeships will be paid for from May 2017 will vary depending on the size of your organisation.

Find out more and how it will effect your employer by reading our Blog: The Apprenticeship Levy - What is it?

From May 2017 the funding rates training providers will receive are also changing.  The intention is to makle the funding process more straight forward for employers with the introduction of the Apprenticeship Levy frommay 2017.

Transition to Apprenticeship Standards