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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Born to Engineer - Lewis Wilde

One chance conversation led Lewis to a seriously exciting apprenticeship in engineering. Studying for A-levels isn’t everyone’s cup of tea and for Lewis Wilde, taking on an apprenticeship instead was “definitely the best decision” he ever made.

Thanks to a chance meeting with the owner of Island RIBs, an...

Apprentice broadcast engineer -Jahangir

Jahangir completed AS levels in Physics, Maths, Chemistry and Biology along with an EPQ qualification.  A passion for engineering led him to the BBC to undertake an apprenticeship which provided sponsorship to complete a degree alongside undertaking multiple work placements including Radio/TV and Production System...

Telecomms support - Leah

Leah studied AS maths and IT and A level psychology and computing. Despite starting a computing degree, she subsequently realised that the Telecoms Support Apprenticeship Pathway suited her learning style more appropriately. She is now working as an apprentice at Azzuri, working to support customers...

Apprenticeship guidance in the motor industry

This guide provides an overview of apprenticeships related to the automotive industry.

It explores:

  • how an apprenticeship works
  • the retail automotive industry
  • potential job roles
  • the recruitment process
  • interviews preparation