An Apprenticeship is a brilliant first step on the career path in many businesses. They are an excellent way of gaining nationally recognised qualifications whilst earning a wage, and combine practical ‘hands-on’ experience with academic knowledge.

It’s now possible to do apprenticeship training from Level 2 right up to degree level:

Apprenticeship standard/framework - Level 2
Apprenticeship standard/framework - Level 3 (A Level equivalent)
Higher level apprenticeship - Level 4
Degree level apprenticeship - Level 6

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For more information about Walsall College apprenticeships, click on the links below:

How apprenticeships work

Apprenticeships mainly involve on-the-job training, 20% of your time will be spent working towards a qualification.

Here you’ll find some practical advice for employers on how they can recruit and train apprentices.

Case Studies

Spotlight on Talent : Harry Weston

M I Glass, a Smethwick-based glass firm, has benefited...

Spotlight on Talent: David Rooke

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Spotlight on Talent: Brett Groves

A work placement at Mayes and Warwick has helped...

Spotlight on Talent – Ewan Taylor

Studied: Level 2 Barbering Progression: Self-employed barber As a...

Ryan’s proud to be on the blue team of the ambulance service

Although he has family members that are paramedics and...

Spotlight on Talent: Iqra Umar

“I’ve always been interested in working in a dental...

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Central England Co-op apprentice displays creativity and determination with career success

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Spotlight on Talent: Rosie Watkins

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