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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. 

Anyone interested in applying for an apprenticeship should apply via the link to the Gov.uk website.  

See the latest Herefordshire Apprenticeships below in the attachment below.

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/