An apprenticeship combines on-the-job training with classroom learning, and provides you with the skills and qualifications needed for your chosen career. Anyone over 16 and not in full-time education can apply for an apprenticeship, whether you have recently left school, have been working for years, or are seeking a career change.

At Ealing Adult Learning we offer a range of apprenticeship standards which are applicable to a wide range of industries. We work with employers to create programmes which allow employees to quickly progress within their field while on the job.

Apprenticeship opportunities with Ealing Adult Learning

  • Health and Social Care – Level 2 & 3: If you want a career in health and social care then this apprenticeship is for you. Learn the skills, and achieve the qualifications needed to work in the career industry.
  • Customer Service – Level 2 & 3: Learn how to assist customers on the shop floor and master sales techniques by becoming a product specialist.
  • Supported Teaching and Learning in Schools – Level 2 & 3: Learn the skills to support pupils in their individual learning and development, in a safe, secure and challenging environment.
  • Business Management – Level 2 & 3: Working in business management requires a large range of different skills and knowledge. This apprenticeship will help you to understand a number of key management processes.

Apply for an apprenticeship

In order to undertake an apprenticeship standard you will need to have a job with a contract of employment for at least 30-hours per week, or have a firm offer of employment within your chosen occupational area.

For more information about apprenticeships, and to search and apply for apprenticeships vacancies visit, or alternatively contact Ealing Adult Learning.


You can find more information on the government’s apprenticeship website. To discuss your options or to secure an apprentice through Ealing Adult Learning email us now or phone us on 020 8825 5557.

Ealing Adult Learning, Perceval House 14-16 Uxbridge Road Ealing, W5 2HL Telephone: (020) 8825 5577 Email:


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