Some of the top reasons for becoming an apprentice:
earn while you learn and get paid a competitive salary
choose from hundreds of different apprentice jobs in thousands of organisations
get high quality training paid for by your employer and the government
a great way to get back into the workplace after a career break, or to re-train in a new areas
get a boost to your future earnings potential
develop the skills you need for a range of exciting jobs or careers, no matter your age or background
90% of apprentices stay on in their place of work after completing an apprenticeship
Earn while you learn
All apprenticeships are paid. The minimum wage for an apprentice is £3.90 per hour if you’re aged 16 to 18 – but many employers pay far more than this.
You would normally be expected to be working at least 30 hours per week but in some circumstances, apprenticeships can be completed by someone working part time – the minimum is 16 hours per week – please contact us for more information.
Achieve something special
Apprenticeships are respected by employers around the world.
With every Release Potential apprenticeship comes a high standard of training that rewards hard work, whether an apprenticeship framework or standard.