A degree apprenticeship is an ideal choice for you if you are looking for an alternative to a university degree. You may still gain work experience despite the fact that you are not in full-time education.
In 2015, the government introduced degree apprenticeships which are a type of partnership between universities and employers. The good thing about education is that this type of apprenticeship education helps you train on the job. Plus, you will devote 20% of your on-the-job time to training.
You may get professional accreditation based on the apprenticeship. Apprenticeship is a type of education that doesn’t require that you get a student loan.
If you are an apprentice, you study for formal qualifications while doing a real job. After completing your apprenticeship, you will gain skills and knowledge to succeed in your career and go for the next apprenticeship level.
Regardless of your role, your will follow a study program that will help you gain qualifications that may include the following:
Functional skills: General Certificate of Secondary Education in IT, maths and English
Academic qualifications: foundation degree, Higher National Diploma (HND), Higher National Certificate (HNC)
Technical certificates: City and Guilds awards and BTEC etc
National Vocational Qualifications (NVQs): Level 2 to Level 5
So, we hope that you have now a great understanding of the type of education an apprenticeship is.