Discover information about apprenticeships and current apprenticeship vacancies nationally and across our region below.
Students: remember to use your own account in Xello to explore apprenticeships and career pathways!
Become an apprentice: Find out how to become an apprentice, what apprenticeships are available, which employers offer them and information about starting your apprenticeship here
Do you think apprenticeships are just for trade jobs?
Click here for the Network for East Anglian Collaborative Outreach (neaco) video to bust common myths about apprenticeships!
NATIONAL APPRENTICESHIP WEEK (NAW) 2022
NAW this year ran from 7-13 February, highlighting this increasingly popular, progressive and rewarding career pathway. See below for a wealth of information and resources that provided insights into the role of an apprentice and the opportunities available.
The Minister for Skills, Alex Burghart, has created this video message to inspire students and their parents and carers about apprenticeships.
Click here to find out more about National Apprenticeship Week 2022. Explore events, browse apprenticeship vacancies and spread the word with #NAW2022
Amazing Apprenticeships have a range of inspiring resources about apprenticeships including facts, rapid reads and apprentice short story films. See them here and the parents and carers resources here.
Watch this inspiring <3 minute video by former apprentice, Munira, for #cecyouthvoice
The Careers and Enterprise Company (CEC) has teamed up with Youth Employment to create FREE Online courses to explore apprenticeships: click here for more information… and to support you in your apprenticeship role – click here
Register for The Festival of Apprenticeships Online Careers Fair 2022 here
The Student Room (TSR) has compiled a range of interesting resources for NAW2022, including interviews with apprentices, guides and quizzes. Click here to explore them.
Five simple ways to find an Apprenticeship
Click here to discover what they are.
What qualifications can you get from an Apprenticeship?
Click here to find out!
Did you know that apprenticeships can progress to degree and Master’s level?
Click here to find out more from the Department of Education and here to see degree apprenticeship listings through Amazing Apprenticeships.
Apprenticeship or university?
Click here to explore this choice.
Learn more about Apprenticeships in…
Click on the links below (from GetMyFirstJob) for more information about apprenticeship routes into the following industry sectors:
Fire and Rescue… click here to watch an inspiring short film about becoming a firefighter
Sports and Marketing: learn about one apprentice’s experience
UK and Regional Apprenticeship Vacancies
See current apprenticeship vacancies/ create an account to alert you to new apprenticeships in your preferred industries here
Apprenticeships Anglia link you with the latest apprenticeship vacancies in Suffolk and Norfolk. Mentoring support is one of the services offered to help you connect with employers offering apprenticeships across our region.
Amazing Apprenticeships: click here to see a range of current apprenticeship vacancies with the Armed Forces, Coca-Cola and Virgin, amongst other organisations
Anglian Water are offering a range of apprenticeships across Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire and Essex, beginning in August and September 2022:
Click here for more information about apprenticeship vacancies in Cambridge
Click here for information about apprenticeships in Norfolk, and
Click here for information about apprenticeships in Essex and Suffolk
BT Apprenticeships: Click here to find out more about the apprenticeships offered with BT.
Click on Wednesday Weekly for the latest Suffolk Apprenticeships
West Suffolk Council: Study up to degree level on a range of apprenticeships including business administration, legal, human resources, finance, surveying and planning to waste resources, mechanics and horticulture, as well as other areas. Click here to find out more.
Take a look at the following videos of apprentices currently working at West Suffolk Council: