Boston College offers a wide range of apprenticeship courses across 14 different course areas, so whatever industry you wish to progress your career within there'll be an apprenticeship for you.
Currently the College offers over 40 apprenticeships across three different levels. As you progress through the levels, you'll develop a greater insight in your chosen career, as well as developing your skills and knowledge.
Listed below are all of the apprenticeship courses available at Boston College, along with a break down of the different levels available to help you make the right choice for you.
An Intermediate or Level 2 Apprenticeship is the equivalent to five GCSEs at 9-4 (grades A*-C) and is a perfect choice if you are taking your first steps into employment. You will work towards a relevant Level 2 qualification and you will also be able to develop your English, Maths and ICT skills if necessary.
An Advanced or Level 3 Apprenticeship is equivalent to two A level passes. Ideally, you should have already completed an Intermediate Apprenticeship, and have a good knowledge of the industry you are working in. You will work towards a relevant Level 3 qualification which will provide an even deeper understanding of your industry, as well as having the opportunity to develop your skills in English, Maths and ICT.
As a Higher Apprentice you will work towards a Level 4 qualification or above. Successful completion could lead on to studies at Level 5 (Foundation Degree) or Level 6 (Bachelors Degree), to take your career to the next level.
Need some more advice?
If you are unsure about which apprenticeship course is right for you, or which path to take, Boston College Careers Advisers are here to help. The Career Advisers offer FREE impartial Career Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) and are available before you start to college, whilst you are studying at college and when you are ready to take the next step.
If you would like to make an appointment with one of the College's Careers Advisers, they are available by appointment at both the Boston and Spalding campuses, by either calling the College's Information Line on 01205 313218 or by email.