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How will it work?

With an apprenticeship your employee learns as they work; our training can be done in-house at Park Road or on site. They will also receive help with Maths and English (as well as ICT, if applicable) to help with both work and daily life. ITS can meet with you to discuss your individual business needs and create a bespoke training package. Our Training Managers will maintain regular contact with you to support the delivery of training.

What support is available?

Our Training Managers will undertake an organisational needs analysis to inform your workforce needs. They will also support with Functional Skills (Maths, English and ICT) and we also have Functional Skills specialists who can provide extra support with this if needed.

What other benefits are there?

The majority of the training will be done on site but thanks to our e-portfolio system, your employee can also receive remote support from your Training Manager. If your employee do need to come into centre, as ITS learners you will benefit from free meals at The Hub cafe based on site, as well as access to free Wi-Fi.

How long does the programme last?

An apprenticeship will usually last a minimum of 13 months although this could be longer depending on you and your employees needs; this will be agreed with you before you sign up. An apprenticeship could be a slightly shorter than 13 months if you have some relevant previous learning that can be used as evidence towards this qualification but this will be discussed and agreed with you prior to sign up.

How much will it cost?

Some apprenticeships are fully funded by the Government; others currently require you/your employer to contribute some or all of the cost. Your exact situation will be dependent on your employee’s age and your previous qualifications and this will be discussed with you prior to sign up. You will be fully aware of any costs before you agree to complete an apprenticeship replica watches. Depending on the qualification you are doing, there may also be funding available for you to complete additional qualifications alongside your apprenticeship.

Progression Routes – where will this course take your employee?

An apprenticeship can help you gain the skills your employee needs to progress, either by taking on more responsibility or gaining a promotion to a higher level job. If you wish to continue with further qualifications, an intermediate (Level 2) apprenticeship could take you onto an advanced (Level 3 apprenticeship). An advanced apprenticeship could then take you onto higher level study, such as a Level 4 or 5 diploma or Higher Education (e.g. university degree).

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  • Investors in People
  • Apprenticeships
  • Positive About Disabled People
  • Ofsted
  • Matrix
  • Skills For Care
  • Skills Funding Agency
  • European Union
  • Workplace Wellbeing
  • Education Funding Agency