We provide a package of support and mentoring, plus 20% of training directly from us offsite (or onsite depending on the type of Apprenticeship).
Our training and support programmes include:
You will gain valuable real-life workplace experience, plus additional training in soft skills relevant to your job and more industry-specific skills through our short courses. At the end of the Apprenticeship, you receive a certificate of completion. The Apprenticeship will give you the industry skills you need to progress in your chosen career; this could be through progression within the organisation where you have done the Apprenticeship, or you can apply for roles in your chosen field.
As an Apprentice, you will:
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For full details on your rights as an Apprentice, visit the official Government site on becoming an Apprentice.
To start an Apprenticeship, you’ll need to be:
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Depending on the Apprenticeship, you are able to access our facilities which include:
Our Apprentices are enrolled as part of our Skills Academies across a variety of sectors including the London Railway Academy, Green Academy, Enfield Skills Academy, Digital Hub, Creative Hub, Hospitality, Accounting, and Sports Academies and will depend on your specialism and site location.
To apply for an Apprenticeship, you will need to apply for a job at a company that is offering an Apprenticeship Scheme through places such as the Job Centre, Total Jobs, Indeed, and LinkedIn or check out our current vacancies here. From there you can discuss with your employer about carrying out your off-the-job training at one of our participating colleges. See our full list of Apprenticeship training courses and apply here.
An apprentice can be a new recruit or current employee aged 16 or over who has not already completed a qualification in a similar role.
To be an apprentice, you must:
Depending on the level, you may need some previous qualifications, or to have studied a previous apprenticeship (e.g. progressing from a Level 2 to a Level 3). Some employers may also ask for GCSEs (A-C) in English, Maths and Science.
All apprentices receive the legal apprenticeship minimum wage, but many employers choose to pay more. As your skills develop, your pay should increase accordingly. As a studying apprentice, you can also receive a range of travel and council tax discounts.
If you are currently in employment, you can talk to your employer about studying an apprenticeship with Capital City College Training.
If you are currently unemployed – for example, if you are leaving school or college – you can apply for an apprenticeship vacancy or register your interest with us on one of our available apprenticeships. We will keep you informed if we get a vacancy in your chosen area, as well as helping you to build your CV and interview technique.
If you have any further questions please contact us here.