As an apprentice in York, you'll:
- gain job-specific skills
- earn a salary; apprentices in York earn between £125 and £350 per week (depending on the hours worked and level of apprenticeship)
- get a minimum of 12 months' paid employment and holiday pay
- be given time for study related to your role (the equivalent of 1 day a week)
- in some cases, work up the levels to get a degree or master's degree through apprenticeship training
Download our York Apprenticeship Guide for more information about apprenticeships.
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If you're already in employment
If you're already in employment, you could do an apprenticeship as part of your professional development, such as working towards:
- management training
- Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT)
- higher and degree level qualifications
Speak to your employer or contact our Apprenticeship Hub for more information.
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Further information about apprenticeships and careers
For more information about apprenticeships and careers, contact:
- your school or college careers advisor
- the National Careers Service if you're aged 18 or over
- the York Apprenticeship Hub
- if you’re aged between 15 and 24 contact our FutureGoals Team for information, advice and guidance on your next steps in education or employment, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Apprenticeship information for parents and teachers
Parents and teachers can access and download informative resources from the Amazing Apprenticeships website.
For parents this includes a monthly pack which is filled with the latest advice and guidance, supported by the National Apprenticeship Service.
For teachers this includes a range of quizzes, factsheets, posters, student packs broken down to the different key stages.
Apprenticeship information for businesses
We offer a free service to help businesses hire an apprentice, or use apprenticeship training to up-skill existing staff.