If you want to understand all your options, you need to know about apprenticeships. Study for an apprenticeship and you'll get valuable industry experience as well as a qualification up to university degree level. On this page you'll find all the information you need and the latest vacancies from all over England. Our Apprenticeship Zone is supported by the National Apprenticeship Service.
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Formula One engineer Zoe Haycocks explains why engineering apprenticeships aren't just for boys.
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Adam explains why doing his apprenticeship was 'a no-brainer'. Now, he's working with nuclear reactors and designing mechanical equipment.
As a design engineer at JCB, Daisy explains how her apprenticeship exposed her to a number of roles at the business through various placements.
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