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Introducing an Apprenticeship scheme to your business is the perfect way of growing skills from within and training young people as to how your business operates. There are Apprenticeships in 1500 job roles in the UK. Apprenticeships are available in over 170 industries including aerospace, fashion, broadcast media and finance. In addition higher and degree Apprenticeships are available in 100 subjects.

Our Apprenticeship recruitment service is ideal if you would like to legally employ an Apprentice yourself. Working on your behalf we support you with the recruitment process, ensuring that you have the right Apprentice for your role.

We have a series of packages available to support your business requirements and budget.

Package 1 Package 2 Package 3 Package 4
Client will receive Client will receive Client will receive Client will receive
Telephone Interview record Telephone Interview record Telephone Interview record
Interview notes x 5 general employment questions Interview notes x 8 general employment questions
Recording of one question, suggested; ‘Why should name employ you
Personality Profile
Application Form
Psychometric testing (additional cost per test required)
Position will be advertised on Position will be advertised on  Position will be advertised on  Position will be advertised on
IMPACT Website All sites in Package 1 All sites in Package 1 & 2, plus  All sites in package 3 plus
Find an Apprenticeship website Local Colleges  Princes Trust
Indeed Sixth Forms
Jobcentre Plus Training Providers
Job is Job Local job shops
Facebook Apprenticeship Hubs

Did you know…

  • in 2016 the most popular apprenticeship was health and social care
  • in 1914 most apprentices started work aged 15 to 17, compared with 19 to 24 today
  • women now take up 55% of apprenticeships
  • 19% of advanced apprentices progress to Higher Education
  • 100 years ago the most common apprenticeship was dressmaking, followed by engineering
  • 90% of apprentices stay in employment after finishing their apprenticeship (includes 2% self-employed)
  • 77% of apprentices stay with the same employer
  • nearly 9 out of 10 (89%) apprentices were satisfied with their apprenticeship overall, and nearly three quarters (72%) were very satisfied
  • 100 years ago an apprentice could be summoned to court for being ‘idle’ or having a ‘bad attitude’
  • up to 28,000 apprenticeship vacancies available online at any one time