An apprenticeship combines learning at a college/training provider with on-site experience, to give apprentices the right mix of technical and practical skills.
The MPBA is working towards the delivery of training against the standard Construction Assembly and Installation Operative - Relocatable Buildings (Level 2) by the end of 2023.
What is an Apprenticeship?
An apprenticeship is a job, with training. You are employed and paid an initially lower wage to perform a particular role, with an understanding that you will be trained through experience and qualifications to perform the role to a defined standard. Your employer will give you tasks to perform, and the training provider will give you the skills to perform those tasks.
What Funding is available?
If you are a large employer, the apprenticeships will be funded via your apprenticeship levy. If you are not captured by the Levy, funding is available from a variety of sources.
The Benefits of taking on an Apprentice:
There has never been a better time to offer apprenticeships, with one in five employers hiring more apprentices to help them through the current economic climate.
You will be getting a keen, motivated member of staff that wants to learn and help your business to grow. In fact, 80% of employers say apprentices have made their workplace more productive.
Benefits to Apprentices:
- Earn while you Learn
- Train in the Skills Employers want
- Excellent Progression Opportunities
- Increased future earning potential
- Become more confident
- Make new friends