As an apprentice, you will be employed in a specific role and paid a salary for the work you do. The main benefit of being an apprentice, is all of the support and training you will receive as you develop the very latest skills and knowledge for your role. The support you can expect will include the following:
Each apprentice has their own dedicated assessor. Your assessor will visit you in the workplace to support you with your qualification, helping you with any questions or issues you may be having. They will also check that you are developing the right skills at the right pace.
All of our employers are experts in their industry with years of experience, which means that you will learn form the best in an industry environment. There really is no better way to prepare for work than taking on an apprenticeship with a reputable employer. Your employer will be able to help you through your qualification, encouraging you to improve and grow as an employee. They have invested in you and want to see you succeed and become an important part of their workforce.
Maths and English
Maths and English are vital to all job roles, no matter what industry you are working in or what type of apprenticeship you are in training for. We’ll help to improve the level of your maths and English skills to that which is expected in the modern workplace.
Our work based tutors can help to assess and support your learning if you have any specific learning difficulties such as dyslexia, dyscalculia, dysphrasia or dyspraxia as well as hearing and eyesight difficulties. There is specialist support available to you should you need it – please email ALS@chesterfield.ac.uk for more information.