An apprenticeship is a real job with training so you can earn while you learn.

Key Benefits:

  • Earning while learning
  • Improve your skills
  • Excellent opportunities to progress within the industry, whenever looking to study or climb the ranks within the workplace
  • Increase your future earning potential
  • Support by a mentor will be given to help the individual learn at a pace suited to them

Click Here to view all of our live vacancies.

No – If you already have started your apprenticeship programme and reached a certain percentage you can continue on the same programme with another employer.

From May 2017 graduates are able to start Apprenticeship programmes.

  • You will work better and more effectively
  • It will set you up to move into new and better jobs
  • Better salary
  • You experience new and different challenges
  • You improve your skills and knowledge
  • Develop transferable skills

The current minimum wage for an apprentice under 18 is £4.81 per hour, for those aged 18 – 20 £6.83 per hour, those between 21 – 22 £9.18 per hour and for ages 23 or over £9.50 per hour. Key Training encourages employers to pay £150 – £200 per week.

If you are currently working, you can become an apprentice if your employer agrees.

While you are on an apprenticeship, you won’t need to pay anything as your employer pays you a salary and will support you whilst you undertake your training.

As an apprentice, you have the same rights as other employees within your organisation.

Accepting a job offer from an employer for a apprenticeships role will be your decision. You need to apply for our vacancies and go through the Key Training recruitment process and you will be asked to attend an interview with an employer (you choose the roles you think it would be suitable for you) and if successful, you will be offered a position.

You can find our vacancies by clicking here – It will direct you to the home screen where you can find out our live vacancies. Alternatively you may call a centre nearest to you and speak to a Recruitment Consultant who will be able to help you through the application process.