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 www.apprenticeships.org.uk, or alternatively contact Ealing Adult Learning.