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Can I start a 3 year level 3 apprenticeship, and swap company after a year? watch

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    I can't be bothered to get into details but: I missed my opportunity to join as an apprentice at my preferred company, Audi. Theres a vacancy at Ford for the same Qualification. If I join Ford this year, will I be able to swap over to Audi next September? It's a bit disloyal, and I might change my mind next year, but it would be a massive help to know that I could if I wanted to.

    As I understand it, the company isn't as important as the training provider, however I'm sure that these different car manufacturers have their own training service, and so they won't train each other? Am I wrong in assuming this? Thanks.
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    Unlikely unless they have the same training provider
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