• Degree apprenticeships
    Are you considering an alternative to University after A Levels? 

  • Apprenticeships let you earn and learn simultaneously, from minimum wage up to £300 per week..

  • There are more than 28,000 apprenticeship vacancies available, across more than 1,500 roles, and this is growing every month.

  • A degree apprenticeship  leads to a full university degree - but without the tuition fees. 

  • Interested?    see the Which? guide

  • Higher apprenticeships
    After A Levels, these can take you up to a foundation degree - See the Which? guide [link above]

  • Advanced apprenticeships
    This is a  level 3 qualification and an alternative to A levels

  • Intermediate apprenticeships
    this is a Level 2 qualifications and an opportunity to improve on your GCSE's

  • Traineeships
    Work experience and employability skills

For more information contact the careers co-ordinator Mrs K Moon