Every apprentice follows an approved programme of study, designed for the job they’re training for.
Your employer will decide the structure of your training, but apprenticeships generally combine:
- a detailed training plan
- regular progress reviews
- practical training on the job
- theoretical study at a college
- assessment testing at a training facility
- mentoring and support throughout your apprenticeship.
By the end of the course, you should have gained the qualifications, skills and experience potential employers in the field are looking for.