Apprenticeships are a great way to earn a wage and work alongside experienced staff to gain job-specific skills.
You will receive a regular wage with paid holidays and the same benefits as other employees. As your skills develop, your pay will increase accordingly. You may also get additional money for essential books, clothing or equipment, or help with a disability.
The Apprenticeship, Traineeship and Jobs Growth Wales Programmes, led by the Welsh Government, are supported by the European Social Fund.
The Skills for Industry project is part funded by the European Social Fund through the Welsh Government
Did you miss our Virtual Open Day on Wednesday 24 June? You can access the recordings here.
Introducing our brand new, fully funded* Professional Digital Apprenticeships.
Whether you’re looking to future proof your own digital skillset, or that of your workforce, we have a new suite of fully funded digital apprenticeships to choose from.
More information contact: 01792 284411 or email: email@example.com
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Gower College Swansea aims to be a bilingual college, with the Welsh language and culture central to the college ethos. We promote Welsh and bilingual learning and encourage our students to use their Welsh.
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Benefits to Apprentices
Earn a salary
Get valuable work experience
Enhance your career prospects
Get experience in the sector you want to work in
Develop your essential skills for the real world
Benefits to Employers
Increased productivity and bottom line
Improved staff morale and better staff retention
Better skills base within the company
Funding/grants available in some cases
Reduced training and recruitment costs
Ability to fill skills gaps
ApprenticeshipsThere’s no better way to earn while you learn than signing up for an apprenticeship. You don’t just get a wage but you’ll also get valuable experience in the industry you want to work in, topped off with a qualification to help you progress in your chosen career. Apprenticeships are available to anyone over the age of 16.
Higher Apprenticeships lead to a nationally recognised qualification at either Level 4 or 5, equivalent to a higher education certificate, a higher education diploma or a foundation degree.