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Apprenticeships

An Apprenticeship is a real job with training so you can earn while you learn and pick up some nationally recognised qualifications as you go.

Apprenticeships are more than just a qualification. They provide high quality training opportunities to those who want to learn new skills and gain qualifications while working. Apprenticeships are designed with the help of employers and industry to ensure you are gaining the knowledge needed for you to excel in your chosen career. LLC offer a comprehensive range of apprenticeship frameworks including:

  • Leadership and Management
  • Business Administration
  • Customer Service
  • Youth Work
  • Childcare
  • Housing
  • Health & Social Care
  • Supporting Teaching & Learning in Schools

To see our full list of programmes frameworks please click here

The London Learning Consortium offer Apprenticeships at three levels, plus all the support and guidance you need to help you choose what is best for you as your career develops.

Intermediate Apprenticeships

Apprentices work towards a Certificate or Diploma at Level 2, Functional Skills qualifications at Level 1 or 2 and in most cases a relevant technical certificate. Apprenticeships are designed for staff whose work is likely to have some autonomy and responsibility and may require them to work as part of a team.

Advanced Apprenticeships

Advanced apprentices work towards a Certificate or Diploma at Level 3, Functional Skills qualifications at Level 2 and in most cases a relevant technical certificate. Advanced Apprenticeships are designed for staff that have to apply their knowledge and skills while carrying out a broad range of varied work activities, most of which are complex and non routine.Their job role will have considerable autonomy or responsibility and often require them to manage or supervise others.

Higher Apprenticeships

Higher apprentices work towards a Diploma at Level 4-5, Functional Skills qualifications
at Level 2 and in most cases a relevant technical certificate. Higher Apprenticeships are designed for staff that have to lead on organisational objectives through a wide range of functions, such as: managing team dynamics, delegation and capability building, planning and managing projects, and managing budgets.

How long does it take?

The length of our courses vary and are shaped to suit individual needs. The average length of an Intermediate apprenticeship on a Level 2 programme is 12 months and an Advanced Apprenticeship on a Level 3 programme is 12 – 18 months. 

Please see our current live employer apprenticeship vacancies which you can apply for listed on the right.