National Apprenticeships Week
3 – 7 February 2020
Celebrating National Apprenticeships Week 2020, KITS are hosting a Open Evening for prospective Learners and Parents.
If you are considering an Apprenticeship in Engineering or Motor Vehicle for your next steps after GCSE’s next year, come along to our Open Evening on Thursday 6 February 2020, to find out more about the Apprenticeships and Courses we offer. You can also have a tour around the Skills Training Centre and meet our Tutors and Advisors.
Why Choose an Apprenticeship?
- you get paid and train at the same time, with at least 20% of your time spent in off the job training, often at a college, university or with a training provider
- you train to be fully competent in your chosen occupation
- you’re on a career path – with lots of future potential for you
Your apprenticeship can take between one and six years to complete, depending on which apprenticeship you choose, what level it’s at, and your previous experience.
Different apprenticeships are available all over England, at companies large and small, in a wide range of industries and organisations. From local organisations to large national brands.
You get valuable hands-on experience working whilst you learn, which helps you progress in your working life.
Completing your apprenticeship means you’ve earned and learned. Given your training is funded by contributions from the government and your employer, and you receive a regular salary, apprenticeships are a great option for getting on the job ladder or supercharging your career.