National Apprenticeship week - 5th to 11th February 2024

The resources in this collection can provide both STEM teachers and careers' advisors with support to introduce pupils aged 11 to 19 to apprenticeship opportunities during the government's National Apprenticeship week.

The collection includes guidance from STEM related industries such as construction and the motor industry on how apprenticeships work and how to find out more information.  In addition, there are many case studies, some of which include video clips, of individuals who have followed a variety of careers from science technician to stage engineers.



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This set of information sheets and careers posters from the Strategic Board for Scientific Apprenticeships (SBSA) are designed to build the confidence of teachers and careers advisers in introducing science apprenticeships to students. They highlight the types of apprenticeships available, what the roles involve,...

Apprenticeships in Construction

This presentation provides students with information about what an apprentiship involves in the construction industry. It provides a workbook that prompts students to find out about apprenticeship opportunities and record key facts from the session.

Apprenticeship self-development pack for young people aged 16 to 19

This resource consists of two resources : the 20 hour Apprenticeship Self-development Pack and the Teacher's Guide, which will help to facilitate completion of the pack by students

The pack  is designed for:
• 16-19 year olds who want to go into employment, including apprenticeships and higher and...

CEO and co-founder of WeGym - Josh

Josh found school challenging but undertook a BTEC Level 2 computing course, studied for a Microsoft apprenticeship and was runner up apprentice of the year. Following an apprenticeship at eCourier he became manager of the technical department and appointed as Microsoft Apprenticeship Ambassador .Now...