Apprenticeships with Southport College
What is an Apprenticeship?
As employees, apprentices earn a wage and work alongside experienced staff to gain job-specific skills. Off the job, usually on a day-release basis, apprentices receive training to work towards nationally recognised qualifications. The minimum salary is £2.73 per hour, however, many apprentices earn significantly more than this. Becoming an apprentice is a fantastic opportunity to get paid while you gain both valuable experience and a formal qualification.
How do I become an Apprentice?
If you are not employed you should prepare a CV and can submit it to us by emailing it to firstname.lastname@example.org. You must either already be in employment or find a business who is looking to hire an Apprentice. Southport College will then work with the business to devise the most appropriate Apprenticeship training course.
Why study your Apprenticeship with Southport College?
You will receive all the same support and access to facilities as our full time students, including free gym membership and NUS card.
We offer superb progression opportunities through our Higher Education provision.
You can get access to our specialist vocational lectures and to our wider services such as the Dyslexia Team.
Key facts about Apprenticeships
There's no age limit.
You need to be in at least 30 hours paid employment per week.
Apprenticeships can take between 1–4 years depending on the career you work towards. There are 3 levels:
- Intermediate (Level 2)
- Advanced (Level 3)
- Higher (Levels 4 and 5)
Learning takes place in the workplace and through taught classes.
You will be encouraged to enter awards and be inspired to reach your highest potential.
Southport College is the training provider for the LCR Apprentice Employer of the Year and Sefton's 16-24 Apprentice of the Year.
Want to find out more?
Southport College provides apprenticeship training for businesses in the Liverpool City Region. If you would like to apply for vacancies that we are currently offering or be considered for any future apprenticeship posts then please send your CV to us emailing it to email@example.com. You will be required to confirm you have read the guidance on 'How to stay safe at interviews' before your CV can be accepted. Please include the types of jobs that you would be interested in within the text of your email.
Click here to download a copy of our Apprenticeships brochure. Alternatively, contact our Work Based Learning Team on 01704 392854 or firstname.lastname@example.org