Tyanna04
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Hi, i am 15 (16 in a month).
I am currently homeschooled in my final year of secondary school.
As i am homeschooled i have a lot of free time, which i use to babysit.
A nursery contacted me and offered me a job as an level 2 apprentice. Of course i accepted it because i thought it was a great opportunity but i should of done a little research before hand.
Since i am only in year 11 i’m wondering if doing a full-time apprenticeship for a year before getting my qualification will affect applying and getting into colleges etc.
As in im not sure if i would have to do my a-levels online or if i would have to ask for a position part-time in order to attend college if that makes sense.
Just wondering if anyone out there could help.
thanks!
T’yanna
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Hey!
Have you seen if any colleges can help you work towards your level 2/3? Someone I know did their accountancy qualifications by working full time and going into college a couple of days a week- if this seems like a viable option I would think about contacting your local college or the nursery again.
Best of luck :hugs:
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