Central Bedfordshire College Apprenticeships provides a platform for you to launch your career as you earn and learn. Are you keen to get out into the working world but also want to gain professional qualifications? Why choose one when you can get the best of both worlds with a Central Bedfordshire College Apprenticeship!
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What do Central Bedfordshire College Apprenticeships involve?
Central Bedfordshire College Apprenticeships combine on the job training with academic study enabling you to build you knowledge while working alongside industry experts and gaining highly sought skills, real life work experience and a nationally recognised qualification.
Decided full time study isn’t for you? Don’t worry! There are a wide range of Apprenticeship opportunities which will provide you with a credible alternative to full time study. These include:
- Beauty Therapy, Barbering, Hairdressing,
- Business and Administration,
- Customer Service,
- Catering and Hospitality,
- Health & Social Care,
- IT and Computing,
- Cleaning and Facilities,
- Motor Vehicle,
- Fitness/Gym Instruction,
- Property Maintenance,
- Warehouse and Storage
Central Bedfordshire College Apprenticeships are offered at:
- Level 2 Intermediate Level Apprenticeships are equivalent to 5 A*-C GCSE passes
- Level 3 Advanced Level Apprenticeships are equivalent to 2 A level passes
There are so many benefits to a Central Bedfordshire College Apprenticeship from earning a salary to getting paid holidays and receiving training to learning job-specific skills, gaining qualifications and progression opportunities within the workplace.
Whether you’re a school leaver, looking for a career change or are currently in employment and wanting to gain a professional qualification an Apprenticeship with Central Bedfordshire College could be the perfect route for you. During your Apprenticeship with Central Bedfordshire College you’ll be supported and encouraged to reach your true potential by your colleagues, employer and learning mentor.
Ready to start climbing the career ladder?