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Careermap has a wide range of Apprenticeships for boys. If you’re looking for a hands-on route to learning instead of full time study, then an Apprenticeship could be the perfect opportunity for you. Apprenticeships combine practical training on the job with off the job study enabling you to gain industry specific qualifications, skills and experience allowing you to launch yourself into a long and fulfilling career.

What do Apprenticeships for boys involve?

Apprenticeships for boys don’t just involve the trade industries like some may assume. There are a wide range of Apprenticeships for boys from business to sales, engineering and health, childcare and education it all comes down to your personal preference. Apprenticeship will test you through knowledge, competence, functional skills and transferable skills.

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Types of Apprenticeships for boys

Let’s take a look at what types of Apprenticeships are available to you:

Hair, beauty and barbering,

Engineering,

Aerospace,

Motor Vehicle,

Business and Administration,

Finance and Accounting,

Legal Services,

Land-based, Environmental and Animal Care,

Customer Service,

Energy and Renewables,

Manufacturing,

Health, Childcare and Education,

Sport and Fitness,

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Creative, Digital and Media,

Hospitality and Travel,

Retail,

Construction,

Transport, Logistics, Warehouse and Storage,

IT and Telecoms

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What level Apprenticeships are available?

Apprenticeships are available from intermediate all the way up to degree level. Intermediate Apprenticeships are equivalent to GCSE, advanced is equivalent to A-Levels, higher Apprenticeships are equal to foundation degrees and degree Apprenticeships are equivalent to a bachelor or masters degree. All your tuition fees will be paid for by your employer so you’ll be getting paid to learn and earn whilst gaining valuable experience that no classroom could teach you.

Who could I be working for?

You could be working for a large company or a smaller organisation, that depends on what you think you’d be most suited to. Larger businesses that you could work for include:

Tesco,

British Gas,

National Crime Agency,

Network Rail,

Army,

Thomas Cook,

HSBC,

Airbus,

Amazon,

Arup,

Balfour Beatty,

Audi,

KPMG,

Costain,

TJX Europe,

EY,

Vodafone,

IBM

And more!

You can find Apprenticeships from the above employers at Careermap.

Applying for Apprenticeships

To apply for Apprenticeships for boys, you can visit the Careermap website. Can’t find any near you? Simply, register your CV online so top employers can find you.



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