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Apprenticeships

Apprenticeships are available at different levels and in a wide selection of careers.  All combine working and earning a wage with studying for relevant qualifications.   In England, they range from intermediate apprenticeships, which you can start at 16, up to degree apprenticeships, which require A levels and involve studying for a degree while working and having your tuition fees paid for you. 

Hereford Group Training Association’s specialisation is in Engineering Apprenticeships and Commerce: www.hwgta.org   info@hgta.org

Nova training: www.novatraining.co.uk

Riverside training: www.riverside-training.co.uk

Hoople: www.hoopleltd.co.uk

There are some fantastic opportunities with the RAF,  but any interested applicants still need to pass the required selection process/medical to get in to the RAF, do initial training and then specialise in any of the above - see the information sheet below.

The Bosch Automotive Apprenticeship Programme registers approximately 350 apprentice vacancies all over the UK, Wales and Scotland each year.  A number of vacancies targeted to school leavers: they can apply online . They offer hands-on roles in the workshop, Motorcycle roles and also Customer Service roles

Below are the links  which have more information about the apprenticeship.

Bosch:  http://aa-boschcommon-web.resource.bosch.com/microsites/en/internet/apprenticeship_ww/startpage_1/overview_apprenticeship.html#

Suzuki: http://www.suzuki-apprenticetraining.com/

Renault: https://life.renault.co.uk/careers/dealer-apprenticeship-programmes/

IVECO: http://www.ivecotrucks-apprenticetraining.co.uk/

There is a generic flyer below.