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An apprenticeship is a combination of on-the-job training in the workplace, and classroom or workshop based learning at Boston College.
You'll gain relevant job-specific skills from your employer, and be supported through a nationally recognised qualification by trained College Assessors, all while earning a wage. You'll also have the opportunity to improve your English, Maths and ICT skills to help you progress your career plans and goals.
There is no debt with an apprenticeship, and you could have the opportunity to work towards a degree level qualification. Apprenticeships are available to everyone, from those who are about to leave school and like the idea of getting straight into work, to those who are already working and need to secure a qualification to back up experience or to help progress an existing career.
Boston College offers over 40 apprenticeships in 15 different course areas, so there are lots of opportunities for you to find an apprenticeship to kick-start your career! For a full list of apprenticeships available at Boston College, visit the 'Apprenticeship Courses' page or download our 'Become an Apprentice' course guide.
Having lots of experience, in addition to a qualification, will give you an excellent head start, by showing you have the ability to work and study, helping you stand out from other employees.
It is easy to apply for an apprenticeship at Boston College. There are three simple, but important steps to take:
The first step of becoming an apprentice is very important. You need to decide what industry you would like to train and work in. What are you interested in? What are your career goals?
If you are not sure, or you don't know which apprenticeship best suits your goals, then a FREE informal chat with one of Boston College's impartial friendly Careers Advisers is exactly what you need!
The Careers, Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) trained advisers are available by appointment in Boston and Spalding, you can either call 01205 313218 or email to make an appointment.
Once you have chosen the industry you'd like to work in and the apprenticeship you would like to study, you will then need to apply online. You can apply for an apprenticeship by clicking the 'Apply for this Course' button on the individual apprenticeship course information. You then will be guided through the simple application process.
Please note: This stage of becoming an apprentice can be completed with or without an employer, BUT you will need an employer to start your apprenticeship.
As mentioned above, you will need an employer, who is willing to offer you an apprenticeship, before you can start your training. Finding a relevant apprenticeship employer is your responsibility, but Boston College's Apprenticeship Team is here to help.
I already have a job/employer
You can start an apprenticeship with your current employer, and base your training around your current job role.
You need to have an employment contract for a minimum of 30 hours per week. However, terms are becoming more flexible, and if you do work less than 30 hours per week, you can still be considered for an apprenticeship.
I do not have a job/employer
Once you have decided which apprenticeship you'd like to study and which career you'd like to progress in, you will then need to find a suitable apprenticeship job role within this industry (ideally for a minimum of 30 hours per week).
You can view Boston College's current apprenticeship vacancies by clicking the 'Apprenticeship Vacancies' link at the top of this page. The Boston College Apprenticeship Team is also on hand to help match you to employers, as well as providing information on the training and qualifications available. Local vacancies are also advertised on the government website, apply-apprenticeship
For more information regarding training through your current employer or finding a suitable apprenticeship job role, please contact the Apprenticeship Team on 01205 313238 or email email@example.com