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Kicking off your career with an Apprenticeship is a great way to combine on the job training with studying towards a nationally recognised qualification. You’ll gain invaluable experience in the field you want to work in all whilst earning and learning at the same time.
Think Apprenticeships are just for trade industries? Think again! There are currently over 280 Apprenticeship opportunities available in a range of fields from horticulture and nursing to business and administration to hairdressing – you can even become a solicitor through an Apprenticeship. There really are a wealth of opportunities available to you.
The level of Apprenticeship you’ll study all depends on your current qualifications. Intermediate Apprenticeships (Level 2) are the same as 5 GCSE’s, an Advanced Apprenticeship (Level 3) is equivalent to 2 A-levels, Higher Apprenticeships (Level 4/5) are equivalent to higher education certificates/diploma/foundation degree, a Degree Apprenticeship (Level 6/7) is the same as bachelor and masters degree.
An Apprenticeship involves being in full time employment (30+ hours). Targets and checks will be made throughout your Apprenticeship to ensure the employer is supportive and the apprentice is progressing. You’ll develop your skills in areas current and future employers want and you’ll be able to transfer knowledge learnt from your Apprenticeship. However, it’s not necessary to say you’ll be shown the door once you’ve completed your Apprenticeship. In most cases, if you’ve shown you’re not afraid of hard work then employers will keep you on and that opens up a whole lot of progression routes.
Apprenticeships really are a credible alternative to university. So why don’t you see what Apprenticeship opportunities you can find at Careermap and begin your journey to a promising career.
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Environmental Apprenticeships – Ideal for career growth
Environmental Apprenticeships allow people to enter a profession where two things are vital – care and passion. The great outdoors wouldn’t stay that way forever if it wasn’t for people working to keep it that way.
Environmental Apprenticeships train young people to future-proof the planet by ensuring countryside, wildlife populations and eco-systems are preserved for generations to come.
If you want to give Mother Nature a helping hand in whichever environmental Apprenticeship suits you personally, click ‘View now’ and then press ‘Apply.
What kinds of Environmental Apprenticeships are out there?
There are four types of environmental Apprenticeships for those interested in conservation – habitat management, coastal management, flood risk management and dry stone walling.
Staying at basic apprentice level, there are opportunities for animal lovers too. You can monitor and log how different types of animals are breeding and help protect species that need care – definite job satisfaction.
Once qualified, your starting salary will be £18,000, but once you work up to a level 3 Environmental Apprenticeships, you will be in a position to work learn management skills. This could involve working with communities for conservation projects and learning how to budget projects.
What job opportunities typically follow Environmental Apprenticeships?
Environmental Apprenticeships are the perfect way to do your bit in protecting the planet and there are plenty of occupations that need skilled workers.
You can become a conservation manager in a chosen field of woodland, marine or coastal, or you can work for a government department such as the Department for Environmental Food and Rural Affairs (DEFA).
Aside from conservation manager, at an intermediate level there are opportunities to become an estate worker, ranger and or a recycling officer and many more!
Once the basic level of environmental Apprenticeship is achieved, you will have the chance to become a recreation officer, ecologist, senior ranger, senior estate worker or an environmental management officer.
Browse our full range of environmental Apprenticeships today!
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