What is a traineeship?
If you are not quite ready for an apprenticeship, but want to work with an employer to develop your skills and gain experience, a traineeship could be for you.
A traineeship will help you get the skills that you need to do well in work and it will help prepare you for an Apprenticeship.
A traineeship can last up to six months and will include:
Unfortunately not many traineeships are offered in Norfolk.
If you are interested in traineeships in Norfolk, keep looking on Help You Choose in the Apprenticeships, Jobs and Training section.
What is an apprenticeship?
An apprenticeship is a job - a paid job.
You work for an employer, learning skills and knowledge and usually spend a day each week with a college or a training provider to get the qualifications you need for the job.
Here are the facts:
Intermediate Level Apprenticeships (Level 2)
Advanced Level Apprenticeships (Level 3)
Higher Level Apprenticeships
Higher level Apprenticeships are available in areas such as accountancy, law, engineering, IT, business management, care and enterprise.
You will study for a relevant professional qualification such as a Higher National Certificate or Diploma or a Foundation Degree.
Degree Level Apprenticeships
A degree level Apprenticeship makes it possible for you to achieve a Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree whilst working full-time.
They tend to last up to four years and are a way of getting a degree without getting into student debt.
They are available in a growing number of sectors including digital, engineering, chartered surveying, laboratory science, nuclear and public relations and more.