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    With an apprenticeship do you have to go college again?
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    depends what type of apprenticeship it is, say for example Electrical installations or any trade, you would work with your employer 4 days a week and go to college 1 day a week. If it's something like hairdressing you do everything in work and an assessor will come out to you in your work place.
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    depends what type of apprenticeship it is, say for example Electrical installations or any trade, you would work with your employer 4 days a week and go to college 1 day a week. If it's something like hairdressing you do everything in work and an assessor will come out to you in your work place.
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    For most apprenticeships, you will have a college based element.
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    Thank you guys
 
 
 
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