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Apprenticeships

How do I Become an Apprentice?

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Capital City College Training deliver over 1500 apprenticeships each year, with over 500 organisations across a wide range of industries.

We work with entrepreneurs, SMEs and corporations, government departments and agencies.

Applying for an Apprenticeship

We work together to match applicants with employers and deliver the training programme from start to finish.

New recruits
Applying for an apprenticeship is like applying for a job – you will go through an application process. We have vacancies available that you can apply for – these are where employers have already come to us and said they are looking for an apprentice – and you can register your interest in apprenticeships available. If we don’t have a current vacancy in that sector, we will help you boost your CV and interview techniques as well as keeping you informed if we get any vacancies.

Current employees
If you are already working in an organisation, we can help you pursue an apprenticeship. We will work with your employer to ensure that the training programme suits your proposed skills development and career progression. Take a look at our apprenticeships available and register your interest in the one you’re looking to study.

For all apprentices we will:

  • identify the most appropriate level for your job
  • ensure that training meets industry standards
  • customise the training to suit you and your role
  • run the apprenticeship training to ensure that you meet the milestones needed to gain your qualification.

Employers

We check all businesses before we partner with them to make sure they are as committed as you are to developing your skills in the workplace.

Interviews for Vacancies

Once you have applied for an vacancy we will go through the following process:

  1. We will contact you by telephone to talk about your application, often inviting you in for a face-to-face interview with us
  2. If you are successful, we’ll provide your CV and application to the company
  3. If the company likes your CV and application, you’ll be invited for an interview at their offices. Your CCCT recruitment consultant will help you prepare for the interview

Offer of Employment

If you are offered the role, we’ll work with your employer to arrange your start date, workplace induction and training programme. There is usually an initial trial period to ensure that both you and your employer are happy with the arrangements. After a successful trial, you will formally start your apprenticeship.