94.5% of DVC Apprentices Progressed to Further Education, Employment or Training!

Date: 30/04/2013

 

Have you ever considered an Apprenticeship as a post-16 route into education? You could build up a wealth of CV-friendly work experience, whilst also earning wage and working towards nationally recognised qualifications!

It’s not just Alan Sugar who’s looking for an Apprentice! Apprenticeships have kick-started the careers of many successful individuals over the years. They allow individuals to spend 4 days of the working week at work, learning the trade or industry first-hand from experienced colleagues. You also spend 1 day of the working week at College building upon your theoretical knowledge of the industry.

Throughout your time as an Apprentice, you will work towards gaining the technical certificate, as well as the competence-based qualifications also, whilst receiving a regular wage! With Dearne Valley College, this is also supplemented by the DVC Training Allowance*. The qualifications gained from an Apprenticeship work along the same level as other routes, such as full-time academic and vocational study; from level 2 to level 5! You could even progress onwards to Higher education.

Dearne Valley College currently has a variety of live Apprenticeship vacancies crying out for applicants! These span across of range of industries and frameworks, including Business Administration, Customer Service, Catering and Maintenance, among many others!

Contact our Business Development team, to enquire about our current vacancies or general Apprenticeship-related enquiries; simply call 01709 513355 and ask for Business Development, or alternatively you can email them on learn@dearne-coll.ac.uk or visit the website http://www.dearne-coll.ac.uk/young-people/apprenticeships/

Your dream Apprenticeship could be waiting for you now!

*Subject to meeting attendance and achievement requirements

 

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