Apprenticeship training is for anyone in England aged 16 years and older. You can be leaving school, unemployed, a graduate or working in a current job. However, applicants do have to meet set eligibility criteria to take up an apprenticeship and receive funded training opportunities.
Who can become an apprentice?
An apprentice can be a new recruit or current employee aged 16 or over who has not already completed a qualification in a similar role.
To be an apprentice, you must:
- have left full-time education
- be a citizen of the UK or European Economic Area (EEA) – or have lived in the UK or EEA for the past 3 consecutive years
- not be in full-time education
There are no formal qualifications needed to do an apprenticeship. However, some employers may ask for GCSEs (A-C) in English, Maths and Science.
Contact CCCT today
CCCT is a new training offer, drawing on the expertise of two of London’s most respected colleges. Together we are the capital’s largest providers of further education.
Talk to the CCCT apprenticeship team to find out more about your eligibility.
Apprentices can call: 0207 391 6400 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org