What is an Apprenticeship?

An apprenticeship is a nationally recognised training programme combining real work with learning and training. As employees, apprentices earn a wage and work alongside experienced staff to gain job-specific skills.

They receive training and mentoring and gain nationally recognised qualifications. Anyone living in England, over 16 and not in full time education can apply.

Apprenticeships can take between twelve months and two years to complete depending on the level of Apprenticeship and preferred method of delivery.

What is expected from the employer?

What is expected from the employee?

What are the benefits of apprenticeship training?

Integer would be happy to work with you to enable you to deliver part of the programme as a Satellite Centre and benefit from the funding available.

apprentices can apply for an
NUS Apprentice extra card
which gives a range of
discounts and benefits

Jobcentre Plus has announced a new Travel Discount Card that provides a 50% discount on most National Rail journeys for eligible individuals in the first 3 months of their Apprenticeship and the unemployed - read more