All applicants must be initially assessed first. Once registered with Appris, candidates should complete a series of test in Maths, English, ICT an the relevant area of interest, i.e. Engineering, Business and Administration or Logistics.
Once all tests are completed, you will be invited to Appris for a 1-to-1 interview to discuss your test results, opportunities currently available and provide advice and guidance on preparing for interview by employers.
Gain an Apprenticeship
Take time to read our page on preparing for an apprenticeship. This will help you at interview stage of the process. Once you have been offered an apprenticeship we will liaise with the employer and inform you of your start date and any off the job training requirements.
PORTFOLIO OF APPRENTICESHIPS OFFERED BY APPRIS
We are currently developing a portfolio of Apprenticeship Standards that are new or replacing existing Apprenticeship Frameworks. Contact Dean Coleman-Walker at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss the following new Apprenticeship Standards:
- Human Resources (Level 5) – HR Consultant/Partner – Under Development
- Human Resources (Level 3) – HR Support – Under Development
- Leadership & Management (Level 3) – Team Leader/Supervisor
- Leadership & Management (Level 5) – Operations/Departmental
- Logistics & Supply Chain (Level 2) – Warehousing Operative
- Specialist Large Goods Vehicle (LGV) Driver
- Business, Management & Administration (Level 3) – Business Administrator- Under Development
- Business, Management & Administration (Level 2) – Business Improvement Technician- Under Development
- Engineering Design and Draughtsperson
- Advanced Manufacturing (Level 3) – Machinist
- Maintenance & Operations Engineering Technician
- Customer Service Practitioner (Level 2) – Customer Service Practitioner
- Welding (Level 2) – Welder
- Welding (Level 3) – Multi Positional Welder
Appris are delighted to offer Higher Apprenticeships in the majority of the above frameworks as a progressional route from achieving your Advanced Apprenticeship. To find out more about the Higher Apprenticeship in Engineering, click here.
Apprenticeships are open to anyone over 16 living in England and not taking part in full-time education. There is no upper age limit. Entry requirements are flexible and vary according to the job role and sector. Funding in many cases is provided by the Skills Funding Agency (SFA) and the European Social Fund (ESF).