Apprentice Information

The Benefits



Apprenticeships are a great way to learn new skills and gain valuable work experience while also earning a wage. You will work closely with your employer and NSC to learn all about the sector and the day to day tasks that come with working in that industry. You will be able to use your new skills and knowledge to support you through your qualification. You will also learn a wide variety of skills that will assist you in a working environment.

Why Choose NSC for your Apprenticeship?



The College has a dedicated team of highly skilled assessors who focus on encouraging learners’ growth and development within their chosen sector. We provide a quality driven apprenticeship programme where the learner is given the full support and guidance they need to complete their qualification.


Earn While You Learn



All apprentices must receive the appropriate national minimum wage. You’ll be paid during your apprenticeship. The current minimum wage rate for an apprentice is £3.40 per hour. This rate applies to apprentices under 19 and those aged 19 or over who are in their first year. You must be paid at least the minimum wage rate for your age if you're an apprentice aged 19 or over and have completed your first year.


Course Information



The apprenticeships are a minimum of 12 months for a Level 2 and a minimum of 15 months for a Level 3. You will complete the apprenticeship in the work place, with the support of a dedicated assessor. Some apprenticeships may require you to attend college on a regular basis for underpinning knowledge.


Parent Guide to Apprenticeships






Please visit our Apprenticeship vacancies though NSC page for our up to date vacancies. 

Alternatively contact the Apprenticeship department at: apprenticehsips@nsc.ac.uk/01939 262175


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