Thousands of young people choose to begin their careers every year with an apprenticeship.
If you’re interested in learning while you work, then an apprenticeship might be the right choice for you. An apprenticeship allows you to start work or to progress your career by combining learning at work with a programme of study, which helps to build skills and achieve nationally recognised qualifications.
For many young people the opportunity to earn while they learn is a really attractive alternative to studying for A Levels or going to university.
To go down this route, you’ll need to be working 30 hours a week or more in an industry linked to one of our apprenticeships and be at least 16 years old. If you haven’t lined up a job already then do get in touch, we might be able to help. You don’t need any formal qualifications, although you may need to come along to an interview and assessment event.
Our apprenticeships start throughout the year. It’s the norm to attend Moulton one day a week, evenings or on block release and the length of the apprenticeship is tailored to suit you.
We currently offer more than 30 apprenticeship programmes across a range of sectors and at three different levels:
Intermediate - equivalent to 5 GCSE passes
Advanced - equivalent to 2 A level passes
Higher - can lead to NVQ Level 4 and above, or a foundation degree
The sectors that we currently offer apprenticeships in are:
With such a range of options we hope you’ll find something that suits you.
How to apply
If you’ve already got a job lined up then please call our apprenticeship team direct on 01604 673575 or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you haven’t found a job yet, you have a number of options:
1. Search our current list of vacancies and if there is a vacancy that interests you please complete our application form and return it to email@example.com.
2. Search a wider list of vacancies, sign in or create an account and apply direct https://www.findapprenticeship.service.gov.uk/apprenticeshipsearch.
The National Careers Service has advice on writing applications and what to do at interviews.
If you’re an employer looking to take on an apprentice, Moulton College can help. One of our dedicated team of Apprenticeship Advisors can help you to advertise and recruit for your vacancy and will then be a regular point of contact to make sure that your apprentice is making good progress. click here.