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Business Administration Apprenticeship (Level 2 and Level 3)

Who is this course for?

This course is for those who want to pursue a career working in a range of different office environments. It will give you the skills and knowledge you need to be able to pursue a career in Business Administration.

As an Apprentice you will gain valuable experience working with an employer.  You will also gain experience in electronic diary systems, researching information from the internet, time management, whilst gaining the skills of different methods of communication, using database and bespoke software to organise information.

What entry requirements do I need to start the course?

Level 2 Apprenticeship – we would like you to have 4 GCSEs at grade D-E, preferably including Maths, English and ICT.

Level 3 Advanced Apprenticeship – we would like you to have 5 GCSEs at grade A-C, including Maths, English and ICT.

Applicants will be asked to attend an interview, and the interviews will vary from tutors to employers. This will take approximately 45 minutes.

What will the course cover?

Apprenticeships give you the chance to learn and gain nationally recognised qualifications whilst being employed.

Business Administration covers a number of areas such as Finance, Customer Service, Reception Services, Secretarial, Data Input, Administration Support / Clerical Assistant / Personal Assistant and Stock Control. There are over 70 optional qualification units to choose from to build the qualification and suit the needs of the employer and learner. Below is a very small sample of these units:

  • Organise business travel and accommodation
  • Administer human resources 
  • Organise meetings – produce minutes         
  • Meet and welcome visitors
  • Manage diaries
  • Develop a presentation
  • Contribute to organising events                                 
  • Monitor information systems
  • Organise projects                                                       
  • Analyse and present data
  • Collate and report data                                              
  • Administer recruitment process
  • Reception services                                       
  • Using email
  • Payroll processing                                                     
  • Information about customers

The above units will be studied over a period of 12–18 months in your place of employment.

You will also be expected to take the additional qualifications:

  • Functional Skills in Maths, English and ICT at Level 1 or 2
  • Employment Rights and Responsibilities
  • E- Safety training

What could I do when I have finished this course?

You may gain employment with your employer and / or decide to complete an Advanced Apprenticeship. You will also be given information and guidance to progress onto University or a local college, or another training provider if you want to change direction.

Where and when will I learn?

During the course you will be expected to attend the training centre (Coleridge Centre) twice a month to work towards the mandatory elements of the framework via the e-portfolio. The other days will be spent working with your employer gaining the skills and knowledge required to complete your NVQ (on the job).

If you require Functional Skills you would be expected to attend the training centre to complete these which will be embedded into your programme and delivered on your training centre day.

Your Apprenticeship will take approximately 12 -18 months to complete.

What should I bring with me?

You do not need to bring anything, everything is supplied by us.

How much will the course cost?

The course is free for learners aged 16 – 19, but you still get a wage from your employer.

For aged 19+ learners there is currently no charge, however charges may be occurred in the future. More information will be available from your tutor.

What shall I do next?

For further information, please contact the Learning & Skills team on (01325) 405601, text us on 07932 869325 or email l&s@darlington.gov.uk or apply online at www.darlington.gov.uk/apprenticeships.

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Children and Young Peoples Workforce Apprenticeship (Level 2 and Level 3)

Who is this course for?

This course is for those who want to pursue a career working with children and young people. If you are interested in learning through practical experience, this could be the course for you.

As an Apprentice you are paid as you learn. You will go through a structured training programme that teaches all aspects of caring for children and young people, working alongside experienced staff to learn the skills you need.

You will gain valuable experience carrying out duties in a children and young people’s setting caring for children, providing stimulating activities, supporting mealtimes, whilst gaining the skills of communication, health and safety and equal opportunities. All learners will be DBS checked.

The Level 3 Advanced Apprenticeship will require some supervisory elements.

You will be paid a minimum of £3.30p/h for a minimum of 30 hours per week or you will be paid the National Minimum Wage, which is determined by your age.

What entry requirements do I need to start the course?

Level 2 Apprenticeship – we would like you to have 4 GCSEs at grade D-E, preferably including Maths and English.

Level 3 Advanced Apprenticeship – we would like you to have 5 GCSEs at grade A-C, including Maths and English.

All applicants will be asked to attend an interview with the Tutor / Assessor and complete a short initial assessment. This will take approximately 45 minutes.

What will the course cover?

Apprenticeships give you the chance to learn and gain nationally recognised qualifications whilst being employed.

You will learn the following units:

Intermediate Apprenticeship for the Children & Young People’s Workforce:

  • Level 2 Certificate for the Children and Young People’s Workforce
  • Level 2 Award in Employment Responsibilities and Rights in Health
  • Social Care or Children and Young People's Settings
  • Level 1 English, Mathematics and ICT Functional Skills

Advanced Apprenticeship for the Children & Young People’s Workforce:

  • Level 2 Award in Employment Responsibilities & Rights in Health, Social  Care or Children & Young People's Settings
  • English and Mathematics GCSE A*-C  Level 2 ICT Functional Skills
  • Children's Social Care Pathway
  • Level 3 Diploma for the Children and Young People's Workforce (Social Care pathway)
  • Level 2 Award in Employment Responsibilities & Rights in Health, Social Care or Children & Young People's Settings
  • Level 2 English, Mathematics and ICT Functional Skills

What could I do when I have finished this course?

You may gain employment with your employer and / or decide to complete an Advanced or Higher Apprenticeship. You will also be given information and guidance to progress onto other courses.

Where and when will I learn?

You will be expected to work towards your qualification via your e-portfolio with one to one support visits from your assessor within the workplace. Additional support sessions in the training centre can be arranged to suit your working requirements.

You will be expected to attend the training centre to complete Functional skills, as these will be embedded into your programme and delivered on your training centre day.

Your Apprenticeship will take approximately 12 -18 months to complete.

What should I bring with me?

Please bring your national insurance number and any certificates you may have on your first day. The tutor will provide a list of resources you may need to bring in the future.

How much will the course cost?

The course is free for learners aged 16 – 19. For 19+ learners there is currently no charge however charges may occur in the future. More information will be available for you the tutor.

What shall I do next?

For further information, or to book a place, please contact the Learning & Skills team on (01325) 405601, text us on 07932 869325 or email l&s@darlington.gov.uk. You can apply online at www.darlington.gov.uk/apprenticeships

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Customer Service Apprenticeship Level 2 and 3

Who is this course for?

This course is for those who want to go in a career working in an office environment. It will give you the skills and knowledge you need to be able to pursue a career in Customer Service.

As an Apprentice you will gain valuable experience working with an employer carrying out Customer Service duties such as contact centre which is mainly telephones, dealing with customer relations, analysing feedback from customers, using email systems to communicate with customers, managing diary systems, reception activities and resolving customer queries and complaints.

What entry requirements do I need to start the course?

Level 2 Apprenticeship – we would like you to have 4 GCSEs at grade D-E, preferably including Maths, English and ICT.

Level 3 Advanced Apprenticeship – we would like you to have 5 GCSEs at grade A-C, including Maths, English and ICT.

All applicants will be asked to attend an interview, and the interviews will vary from tutors to employers. This will take approximately 45 minutes.

What will the course cover?

Apprenticeships give you the chance to learn and gain nationally recognised qualifications whilst being employed.

Customer Service is spread over a number of areas such as Finance, Customer Service, Reception activities, Secretarial, Data Input, Administration Support / Clerical Assistant, Personal Assistant, and Stock Control. There are over 70 optional qualification units to choose from to build the qualification and suit the needs of the employer and learner. Below is a very small sample of these units:

  • Deliver customer service
  • Communicate verbally with customers
  • Communicate with customers in writing
  • Process information about customers
  • Make telephone calls to customers
  • Develop customer relationships
  • Resolve customer service problems
  • Challenging customers
  • Social media and customer service
  • Analyse and interpret customer feedback
  • Provide reception services
  • Organising an event
  • Negotiation in business

You will also be expected to take the additional qualifications:

  • Functional Skills in  Maths, English and ICT at Level 1 or 2
  • Employment Rights and Responsibilities
  • E- Safety training

What could I do when I have finished this course?

You may gain employment with your employer and / or decide to complete an Advanced Apprenticeship. You will also be given information and guidance to progress onto University or a local college, or another training provider if you want to change direction.

Where and when will I learn?

During the course you will be expected to attend the training centre (Coleridge Centre) twice a month to work towards the mandatory elements of the framework via the e-portfolio. The other days will be spent working with your employer gaining the skills and knowledge required to complete your NVQ (on the job).

If you require Functional Skills, you would be expected to attend the training centre to complete these will be embedded into your programme and delivered on your training centre day.

Your Apprenticeship will take approximately 12 -18 months to complete.

What should I bring with me?

You do not need bring anything with you, everything is supplied by us.

How much will the course cost?

The course is free for learners aged 16 – 19, but you still get a wage from your employer. For 19+ learners there is currently no charge; however charges may be occurred in the future. More information will be available from your tutor.

What shall I do next?

For further information, or to book a place, please contact the Learning & Skills team on (01325) 405601, text us on 07932 869325 or email l&s@darlington.gov.uk or apply online at www.darlington.gov.uk/apprenticeships

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Early Years Apprenticeship (Level 2 and Level 3)

Who is this course for?

This course is for those who want to pursue a career in a private or day nursery. If you are interested in learning through practical experience, this could be the course for you.

As an Apprentice you will gain valuable experience working with an employer carrying out nursery duties such as caring for children, working with the early year’s curriculum (EYFS), providing stimulating activities, supporting mealtimes, whilst gaining the skills of communication, health and safety and equal opportunities. All learners will be DBS checked.

The Level 3 Advanced Apprenticeship will require some supervisory elements.

You will be paid a minimum of £3.30p/h for a minimum of 30 hours per week or you will be paid the National Minimum Wage, which is determined by your age.

What entry requirements do I need to start the course?

Level 2 Apprenticeship – we would like you to have 4 GCSEs at grade D-E, preferably including Maths and English.

Level 3 Advanced Apprenticeship – we would like you to have 5 GCSEs at grade A-C, including Maths and English.

All applicants will be asked to attend an interview with the Tutor / Assessor and complete a short initial assessment. This will take approximately 45 minutes.

What will the course cover?

Apprenticeships give you the chance to learn and gain nationally recognised qualifications whilst being employed.

The qualification has structured the units around four themes:

  • Theme 1: Health and well-being
  • Theme 2: Legislation, frameworks  and professional practice
  • Theme 3: Play, development and learning for school readiness
  • Theme 4: Professional development

You will also be expected to take the additional qualifications:

  • Functional Skill in ICT at level 2
  • GCSE re-sit (if not exempt) to gain C or above in Maths and English
  • Safeguarding Children – Level 1
  • Employment Rights and Responsibilities at level 2
  • Personal Thinking and Learning Skills

What could I do when I have finished this course?

You may gain employment with your employer and / or decide to complete an Advanced or Higher Apprenticeship. You will also be given information and guidance to progress onto other courses.

Where and when will I learn?

During the course you will be expected to work on your e-portfolio, you will also be supported within your workplace by your assessor on a one to one basis.  Extra sessions within the training centre can be arranged.

You will be expected to attend the training centre to complete Functional skill ICT and any GCSE, as these will be embedded into your programme and delivered on your training centre day.

Your Apprenticeship will take approximately 18 - 24 months to complete.

What should I bring with me?

Please bring your national insurance number as well as any certificates you hold to your first day. The tutor will provide a list of resources you may need to bring in the future.

How much will the course cost?

The course is free for learners aged 16 – 19. For 19+ learners there is currently no charge however charges may occur in the future. More information will be available for you the tutor.

What shall I do next?

For further information, or to book a place, please contact the Learning & Skills team on (01325) 405601, text us on 07932 869325 or email l&s@darlington.gov.uk. You can apply online at www.darlington.gov.uk/apprenticeships

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Health and Social Care Apprenticeship (Level 2 and Level 3)

Who is this course for?

This course is for those who want to pursue a career in a care setting, a nursing, residential, EMI, NHS, learning disability and mental health sectors. If you are interested in learning through practical experience, this could be the course for you.

As an Apprentice you will gain valuable experience working with an employer carrying out care duties such as completing records, dealing with service users, manual handling of individuals, attending work based training courses, working in partnership, carrying out clinical care tasks, carrying out personal care tasks whilst gaining the skills of communication, health and safety and equal opportunities.

The Level 3 Advanced Apprenticeship will require some supervisory elements. You will be paid a minimum of £3.30p/h for a minimum of 30 hours per week or you will be paid the National Minimum Wage, which is determined by your age.

What entry requirements do I need to start the course?

Level 2 Apprenticeship – we would like you to have 4 GCSEs at grade D-E, preferably including Maths and English.

Level 3 Advanced Apprenticeship – we would like you to have 5 GCSEs at grade A-C, including Maths and English.

All applicants will be asked to attend an interview with the Tutor / Assessor and complete a short initial assessment. This will take approximately 45 minutes.

What will the course cover?

Apprenticeships give you the chance to learn and gain nationally recognised qualifications whilst being employed.

You will learn the following mandatory and core units:

  • SHC 21 - Introduction to communication in health, social care or children and young people’s settings
  • SHC 22 - Introduction to personal development in health, social care or children and young people’s settings
  • SHC 23 - Introduction to equality and inclusion in health, social care or children and young people’s settings
  • SHC 24 - Introduction to duty of care in health, social care or children and young people’s settings
  • HSC 024 - Principles of safeguarding and protection in health and social care
  • HSC 025 - The role of the health and social care worker
  • HSC 026 - Implement person centred approaches in health and social care
  • HSC 027 - Contribute to health and safety in health and social care
  • HSC 028 - Handle information in health and social care

Optional Units

Options are chosen to meet the needs of the learner and the employer depending on the specific pathway the learner is working towards (Learning Disabilities, Dementia or Generic). Listed below are some examples of options available.

  • ICO1 - Principles of infection prevention and control
  • DEM 202 - Dementia awareness
  • L2EFAW   - Emergency first aid skills
  • HSC 2013 - Support care plan activities
  • HSC 2014 - Support individuals to eat and drink
  • HSC 2015 - Support individuals to meet personal care needs
  • HSC 2028 - Move and position individuals in accordance with their plan of care
  • HSC 3022 - Support individuals to live at home

You will also be expected to take the additional qualifications:

  • Functional Skills in maths, English and ICT at Level 1 or 2
  • Employment Rights and Responsibilities
  • Personal Thinking and Learning Skills
  • Care Certificate – Skills for Care  (completed with your employer)
  • Mandatory training (completed with your employer)

What could I do when I have finished this course?

You may gain employment with your employer and / or decide to complete an Advanced or Higher Apprenticeship. You will also be given information and guidance to progress onto other courses.

Where and when will I learn?

During the course you will be expected to attend work a minimum of 30 hours per week where you will learn the skills and knowledge to progress you through your qualification. This may include shift working, bank holiday working and weekend working. You will be supported in the workplace through regular visits with your tutor and you will also be expected to come into the training centre for support sessions to build on your vocational knowledge and complete Functional Skills.

Your Apprenticeship will take approximately 12 – 18 months to complete.

What should I bring with me?

Please bring your national insurance number and any certificates you may have to your first day. The tutor will provide a list of resources you may need to bring in the future.

How much will the course cost?

The course is free for learners aged 16 – 19. For 19+ learners there is currently no charge however charges may occur in the future. More information will be available to you from the tutor.

What shall I do next?

For further information, please contact the Learning & Skills team on (01325) 405601, text us on 07932 869325 or email l&s@darlington.gov.uk. You can apply online at www.darlington.gov.uk/apprenticeships

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Light Vehicle Maintenance Apprenticeship (Level 1 and Level 2)             

Who is this course for?

This course will give you the skills and knowledge you need to be able to pursue a career in motor vehicle maintenance.

As an Apprentice you will gain valuable experience working with an employer, servicing and maintaining vehicle systems including engines, brakes and steering whilst gaining the skills of communication, reading job cards, locating vehicle data and carrying out a variety of measurements. In the workshop, while working on vehicles, you will learn how to use car lifts, power tools and how to maintain vehicle systems. You will also develop valuable transferable skills, such as problem solving and how to work to deadlines.

The Level 3 Advanced Apprenticeship will require vehicle diagnosis of vehicle faults and evaluation of the completed task to ensure the diagnosis was correct. If you are interested in learning through practical experience, this could be the course for you.

You will be paid a minimum of £3.30 p/h for a minimum of 30 hours per week or you will be paid the National Minimum Wage, which is determined by your age.

What entry requirements do I need to start the course?

Level 2 Apprenticeship – we would like you to have 4 GCSEs at grade D-E, preferably including Maths and English.

Level 3 Advanced Apprenticeship – we would like you to have 5 GCSEs at grade A-C, including Maths and English.

All applicants will be asked to attend an interview with the Trainer / Assessor and complete a short initial assessment. This will take approximately 45 minutes.

What will the course cover?

Apprenticeships give you the chance to learn and gain nationally recognised qualifications whilst being employed.

You will learn the following mandatory and core units:

  • 001/051 Competency and knowledge in Health, Safety and Good Housekeeping
  • 003/053 Competency and knowledge in Supporting Job Roles
  • 004/054 Skills in Materials, Fabrication, Tools and Measuring Devices
  • 101/151 Competency and knowledge  in Routine Light Vehicle Maintenance
  • 102/152 Competency and knowledge in Removing and Replacing Light Vehicle Engine Units and Components
  • 103/153 Competency and knowledge in Removing and Replacing Light Vehicle Electrical Units and Components
  • 104/154 Competency and knowledge in Removing and Replacing Light Vehicle Chassis Units and Components
  • 162 Knowledge of Light Vehicle Transmission and Driveline Units and Components
  • 172 Knowledge of Light Vehicle Fuel, Ignition, Air and Exhaust System Units and Components

Optional Units include:

  • 105/155 Competency and Knowledge in Inspecting Light Vehicles
  • 111/161 Competency and knowledge in Overhauling Light vehicle Engines
  • 112 Competency in Light Vehicle Transmission and Driveline Units and Components
  • 121/171 Competency and knowledge in Overhauling Light Vehicle Transmission Units
  • 131/181 Competency and knowledge in Overhauling Light Vehicle Steering and Suspension Units

You will also be expected to take the additional qualifications:

  • Functional Skills maths, English and ICT (depending on your qualifications)
  • Employment rights and responsibilities
  • Personal Learning and Thinking Skills

What could I do when I have finished this course?

You may gain employment with your employer and / or decide to complete an Advanced or Higher Apprenticeship. You will also be given information and guidance to progress onto other courses.

Where and when will I learn?

During the course you will be expected to attend the Training Centre (Unit 2 Lingfield Way, Darlington) 1 day a week to work towards the theory elements of the framework. The other 4 days will be spent working with your employer gaining the skills and knowledge required to complete your NVQ (on the job).

Functional Skills English, maths and ICT are embedded into your training programme but, if needed, additional training is available in these areas to enable you to gain the grades required to achieve the Apprenticeship. More information on your Functional Skills requirements will be discussed at the interview stage.

Your Apprenticeship will take approximately 18 months to complete.

What should I bring with me?

Please bring a pen and notepad with you on the first day. The tutor will provide a list of resources you may need to bring in the future.

How much will the course cost?

The course is free for learners aged 16 – 19.  For 19+ learners there is currently no charge, however charges may occur in the future. More information will be available for you the tutor.

What shall I do next?

For further information, or to book a place, please contact the Learning & Skills team on (01325) 405601, text us on 07932 869325 or email l&s@darlington.gov.uk. You can apply online at www.darlington.gov.uk/apprenticeships

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Site Joinery Apprenticeship (Level 2 and Level 3)              

Who is this course for?

This course is for those who want to pursue a career in site joinery. If you are interested in learning through practical experience, this could be the course for you.

As an Apprentice you will gain valuable experience working with an employer fitting roofs, doors and walls, whilst gaining the skills of measuring, checking dispatch notes, checking invoices and calculating quantities of materials. In the workshop you will learn how to use power tools and to cut timber.

You will be paid a minimum of £3.30p/h for a minimum of 30 hours per week for the first year of your Apprenticeship. After this, you will be paid the National Minimum Wage, which is determined by your age.

What entry requirements do I need to start the course?

Level 2 Apprenticeship – we would like you to have 4 GCSEs at grade D-E, preferably including Maths and English.

Level 3 Advanced Apprenticeship – You will have already achieved the Level 2 Apprenticeship to progress onto level 3, we would also like you to have 5 GCSEs at grade A-C, including Maths and English.

All applicants will be asked to attend an interview with the Tutor / Assessor and complete a short initial assessment. This will take approximately 45 minutes.

What will the course cover?

Apprenticeships give you the chance to learn and gain nationally recognised qualifications whilst being employed.

You will learn the following mandatory and core units:

  • Conforming to workplace safety
  • Conforming to safe work practices
  • Moving  and handling resources
  • Installing first fixing components
  • Installing second fixing components
  • Erecting structural and complex structural carcassing
  • Maintaining nonstructural and structural carcassing
  • Setting up and using portable cutting and shaping equipment

You will also have the opportunity to gain the following recognised qualifications (if required):

  • English and maths at either Level 1/2 or GCSE
  • Employment Rights and Responsibilities Level 1
  • Personal Thinking and Learning Skills
  • CSCS Labourer’s Card

What could I do when I have finished this course?

You may gain employment with your current employer and / or progress onto further education studying on an Advanced Site Joinery Apprenticeship or HNC in Construction and the Built Environment. You will also be given information and guidance to help with your progression onto other courses or employment.

Where and when will I learn?

During the course you will be expected to attend the training centre (Unit 14 Lingfield Way, Darlington) 1 day a week to work towards the theory elements of the framework.

4 days a week will be spent working with your employer gaining the skills and knowledge required to complete your NVQ.

Your Level 2 Apprenticeship will take approximately 18 - 24 months to complete and Level 3 should take approximately 15 - 18 months.

What should I bring with me?

Please bring a pen and notepad with you on the first day. The tutor will provide a list of resources you may need to bring in the future.

How much will the course cost?

The course is free for learners aged 16 – 19. For 19+ learners there is currently no charge however charges may occur in the future. More information will be available from you’re the tutor.

What shall I do next?

For further information, or to book a place, please contact the Learning & Skills team on (01325) 405601, text us on 07932 869325 or email l&s@darlington.gov.uk or apply online at www.darlington.gov.uk/apprenticeships

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Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools Apprenticeship (Level 2 and Level 3)        

Who is this course for?

This course is for those who want to pursue a career as a Teaching Assistant, Learning Support Assistant or a Special Education Needs Assistant. If you are interested in learning through practical experience, this could be the course for you.

This qualification will enable you to develop the knowledge and skills needed when supporting teaching and learning in schools. It covers a wide range of areas including children and young people’s development, supporting those with disabilities or special educational needs and communication and professional relationships.

As an Apprentice you will gain valuable experience working with an employer carrying out care duties such as completing records, dealing with service users and handling individuals, whilst gaining the skills of communication, health and safety and equal opportunities.

The Level 3 Advanced Apprenticeship will require some supervisory elements. You will be paid a minimum of £3.30p/h for a minimum of 30 hours per week or you will be paid the National Minimum Wage, which is determined by your age.

What entry requirements do I need to start the course?

Level 2 Apprenticeship – we would like you to have 4 GCSEs at grade D-E, preferably including Maths and English.

Level 3 Advanced Apprenticeship – we would like you to have 5 GCSEs at grade A-C, including Maths and English.

All applicants will be asked to attend an interview with the Tutor / Assessor and complete a short initial assessment. This will take approximately 45 minutes.

What will the course cover?

Apprenticeships give you the chance to learn and gain nationally recognised qualifications whilst being employed.

Intermediate Apprenticeship in Supporting Teaching & Learning in Schools will cover:

  • Level 2 Certificate in Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools
  • ERR Workbook  
  • Level 2 English Functional Skills / GCSE
  • Level 1 Mathematics and ICT Functional Skills / GCSE

Advanced Apprenticeship in Supporting Teaching & Learning in Schools will cover:

  • Level 3 Diploma in Specialist Support for Teaching and Learning in Schools
  • ERR Workbook 
  • Level 2 English, Mathematics and ICT Functional Skills / GCSE

What could I do when I have finished this course?

You may gain employment with your employer and / or decide to complete an Advanced or Higher Apprenticeship. You will also be given information and guidance to progress onto other courses.

Where and when will I learn?

During the course you will be expected to attend work a minimum of 30 hours per week where you will learn the skills and knowledge to progress you through your qualification. You will be supported in the workplace through regular visits with your tutor and you will also be expected to come into the training centre for support sessions to build on your vocational knowledge and complete Functional Skills.

Your Apprenticeship will take approximately 12 - 18 months to complete.

What should I bring with me?

Please bring your national insurance number along with any certificates you may have on your first day. The tutor will provide a list of resources you may need to bring in the future.

How much will the course cost?

The course is free for learners aged 16 – 19. For 19+ learners there is currently no charge however charges may occur in the future. More information will be available for you the tutor.

What shall I do next?

For further information, or to book a place, please contact the Learning & Skills team on (01325) 405601, text us on 07932 869325 or email l&s@darlington.gov.uk. You can apply online at www.darlington.gov.uk/apprenticeships

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