As an apprentice, you will be paid at least minimum wage for apprentices (at least £3.90 per hour for those aged under 19 and those aged 19 or over who are in their first year).
There are various types of apprenticeships available:
For Independent Advice on Apprenticeships and Traineeships go to: www.apprenticeships.gov.uk
Unsure of which path to take? Check out our level equivalence table.
Every apprenticeship scheme is designed by the employers within the industry, so you are actively working whilst learning – it’s not just reading from textbooks, you learn as you are actually doing your job.
Each apprenticeship offered at Capital City College Training is tailored to meet the needs of your employer, so you’ll gain invaluable experience, and increase your prospects of progressing within the organisation.
All apprenticeships offer industry-recognised qualifications and accreditations, as well as practical skills. Most require you to have English and Maths qualifications and, if you don’t have them already, will allow you gain them.
We offer apprenticeships in a range of industry sectors. Our digital apprenticeships and technical apprenticeships have been designed to fill skills gaps and help you thrive in the changing economy.
Our apprenticeships in London are targeted to build your expertise to take up the capital’s economic opportunities.
Our apprenticeships include:
The occupation included in the training framework is defined in an Apprenticeship Standard (previously an Apprenticeship Framework). These are designed with you as an employer to ensure that training programmes and assessment plans are relevant to specific roles, the broader sector and wider economy.
Apprenticeship training is flexible, with a wide range of qualifications available – even up to Level 6, the equivalent of a university degree.
Apprenticeships are paid for by your employer and the
As a studying apprentice, you can also receive a range of special travel, retail and entertainment discounts, including discounted Oyster cards from Transport for London and council tax reductions.
The National Union of Students Apprentice Extra card allows you access to a range of in-store and online retail discounts
Find out more on the NUS site
A number of discounted travel options apply to young people and students in London:
Find out more from the TfL student guide to travel in London
Full-time students might not have to pay Council Tax. As an apprentice you could also qualify for a discount or apply for an exemption.
To find out more information see gov.uk council tax