At Baltic Apprenticeships, we specialise in the digital and IT sector. We offer Level 3 and Level 4 apprenticeships in data, digital marketing, IT and software development.
What is a Apprenti?
An apprenticeship is a paid job where the employee learns and gains valuable experiences. Alongside on-the-job training, apprentices spend at least 20% of their working hours completing classroom-based learning with a college, university or training provider which leads to a nationally recognised qualification.
What are the most popular apprenticeships?
- Business Apprenticeship (Advanced Level 3) – 436 applications.
- Data Apprenticeship (Higher Level 4) – 412 applications.
- Finance Apprenticeship (Higher Level 4) – 404 applications.
- Cyber Security Degree Apprenticeship – 380 applications.
Is it good to do Apprenticeships?
Apprenticeship training programmes are specifically tailored to ensure you develop the skills employers want. This means that apprentices not only have better long-term salary prospects, but they also have excellent progression opportunities, whether looking to study further or climb the ranks within the workplace.
Whats good about Apprenticeships?
One of the most significant benefits of apprenticeships, for employers and staff alike, is that they help organisations keep their employees motivated and committed for the long-term, by helping them develop their skills over several years.
Is apprentice a permanent job?
SBI Apprentice is not a permanent job. Candidates will be hired after the complete selection process for a period of three years during which they will be given the stipend as mentioned by the SBI. The bank will not keep any employees after the training time to do ordinary tasks in the future.
Who qualifies for apprenticeship?
To qualify for an apprenticeship, you must meet the following criteria: be aged 16+ at the time of enrolment. be a UK or European Economic Area (EEA), or have lived in the UK or EEA for the past three consecutive years. not already be in full-time education at the point of enrolment.
Are apprenticeships paid?
As an apprentice you have the same rights as other employees, apprenticeships are classed as paid employment. Just like other employees the rate paid to apprentices varies between different sectors (e.g. Hair and Beauty, Engineering, Retail etc) it also varies by region and between different employers.
Do you get a certificate after apprenticeship?
If you pass the assessment, you’ll receive a certificate, meaning you have completed your apprenticeship successfully. Depending on the apprenticeship you are doing, you may also receive a qualification.
How long does apprenticeship last?
It can take between one and four years to complete. All apprenticeships have set content. However, employers can add extra content that meets their specific needs. Most apprenticeships are offered in partnership with a training organisation (a college or learning provider).
What is the best trade to apprentice in?
- Plumber apprentice.
- Electrician apprentice.
- Carpenter apprentice.
- Brick mason.
- Automotive technician.
- Solar installer.
How much is an apprenticeship wage 2022?
From April 2022 the NMW is: Apprentice £4.81 an hour. Age 16-17 – £4.81 an hour. Age 18-20 – £6.83 an hour.
What are 3 top occupations open to apprentices?
- Elevator installers and repairers.
- Insulation workers, mechanical.
What big companies do apprenticeships?
- Transport For London.
- Goldman Sachs.
Can you fail an apprenticeship?
Resits and retakes
Apprentices who fail one or more assessment method will be offered the opportunity to take a resit or a retake.
Do I have to pay if I quit my apprenticeship?
No. Unlike university, you will not have to pay back any money for dropping out of the apprenticeship before completion. In new funding rules, employers are no longer able to ask apprentices to pay back any costs for training, exams or other activities.