I want my business hiring an apprenticeto benefit from
The relationship between ourselves and our provider is key to an effective apprenticeship programme.
I want to start my dream career and become an apprentice
I enjoyed doing the Apprenticeship and it suited me well. It gave me the perfect balance of getting work experience.
Become the ‘Super You’with an Apprenticeship.
An Apprenticeship is a job…with extra benefits. You can achieve nationally-recognised qualifications, earn a wage and gain skills. You will receive first class training, dedicated assessor support and knowledge direct from those in the know.
What are you waiting for….?
Something for the employers: Driving industry through apprenticeships
Whether you are recruiting an apprentice or upskilling current staff, your employee will learn on the job. They receive work related training to develop skills and knowledge directly relevant to their role and achieve valuable vocational qualifications.
Something for the Parents: Find out how Apprenticeships Create Careers
"My daughter didn’t have an idea of what career path she wanted to go down. After deciding university wasn’t for her she decided to apply for an Apprenticeship and what a great decision that was. With the help of First Bus and The Manchester College she now has a Level 4 qualification behind her which is equal to a foundation degree! I am so proud and I know this is only the beginning for her!"
Father of apprentice Liz Shepard
Do you want to the same success for your son or daughter?
Apprentice Office Administrator
This support role is part of the operations team, working in a busy office, with daily contact with Estimators and Head of Operations. The role also involves communication with customers, sales team and suppliers. The role is office based.
Account Management Apprentice
The Account Management Apprentice will become a vital part of our team by assisting with administration duties.
This is a fantastic opportunity to start your career in the Print Industry. The employer is expanding and wants to take on a keen and enthusiastic apprentice to learn their print processes.
Go for it!
James Clarke, 20 a former pupil of Trinity C of E High, Manchester is completing his Level 3 Design qualification at Excel Publishing Co Ltd as a Junior Designer.
Going the extra mile
Demonstrating that hard work and dedication really does pay off, level 3 Business Administration apprentice Hannah Hughes was recently recognised at the college’s annual Student Excellence Awards were was named Apprentice of the Year.