Apprenticeship

Our passion for learning is contagious at LAAT. Our programmes are tailored to ensure apprentices and employers get the most out of their time with us because we acknowledge that every person is unique and has unique requirements and objectives. An apprenticeship is essentially an employment where you can work, learn and also get paid. Throughout your apprenticeship, you will have off-the-job training, a contract of employment and holiday leave. LAAT will ensure you are equipped with the necessary information and abilities for your desired career by the time your apprenticeship is over.

There are a number of benefits of an apprenticeship. One of the many is that you will be participating in practical work where you will be getting paid, essentially progressing in a real job. Not only will you be working, you will do off-the-job training. This is very beneficial as you will be undertaking training away from the workplace and receive the highest quality training. Off-the-job training will ensure the apprentice has a better understanding of the career they have chosen and will broaden their knowledge of the chosen field.

We Offer Apprenticeship in the Following Sector:

Health and Social Care

Health and Social Care

Business Administration

Business Administration

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Become an Apprentice

Apprenticeship is your ticket to making the most of your time by allowing you to learn while earning. Now explore the expertise side of your job and gain the knowledge, skills, and experience that you need to that ‘next level.’

Whether you’re new to your job or wish to step up - an apprenticeship can be the right choice for you!

Studying an Apprenticeship Programme Enables You To

Earn while you learn
Get holiday pay
Learn on the job
Benefit from support during training
Get the skills employers want
Gain a nationally-recognised qualification

We have a range of apprenticeships available across a number of service sector industries.

Health and Social Care

Providing high-quality and compassionate health and social care for a wide range of people.

Our Programmes:

Level 2 Healthcare Support Worker
Level 3 Senior Healthcare Worker
Level 4 Lead practitioner in Adult Care
Level 5 Leader in Adult Care

Business

Supporting and engaging with different parts of the organisation and interacting with internal or external customers.

Our Programmes:

Level 2 Customer Service Practitioner
Level 3 Business administrator

How do Apprenticeships work?

The standards for apprenticeship focus on imparting or improving the knowledge, skills, and behavioural talent that's a requisite for the job. Few of the programme standards will establish additional qualifications linked to the profession of your choosing. English and Maths come as a requisite for completing an apprentice programme. All apprenticeships support you to complete these during your course in light of the same. An apprentice attends daily tutorials conducted by skilled trainers, and we encourage them to take part in progress review meetings conducted once every eight weeks. These meetings happen alongside your line manager so that constant support and maximum guidance can be achieved.

END POINT ASSESSMENT

As the apprentice approaches the programmer's end, the Skills trainer and line manager plan an End-Point Assessment (EPA), which scales your skills and knowledge learnt through the apprenticeship. An End-point assessment (EPA) is to determine whether the apprentice has developed the skills, knowledge and experience. They are designed by employers and conducted by EPAOs (End-point assessment organisations).

About Apprenticeships

Apprenticeships is a training programme for practitioners across professions which allows them to gain on-the-job training while studying. It also makes these practitioners earn a certificate or license, given they have duly completed all the requisites. It’s what is known as the perfect ‘Earn and Learn’ opportunity as apprentices are employed for a minimum of 30 hours each week as a regular employee at any given firm. Apprentices possess an employment contract, get paid holidays, and also compensated for their learning hours at the apprenticeship premise. Most employers pay above the minimum wage to all apprentices.

To be an apprentice, you must;

Be a UK/EU resident for the last three years
Not hold any qualification higher to the apprenticeship that they’re applying for
Not have any degree/study programme simultaneous to the apprenticeship
Comply with the employer’s criteria about apprenticeship

Apprenticeships are the best for someone who:

Understand their career path and requirements
Dedicated towards betterment - can manage work and study
Competent to work with an employer
Can effectively accomplish tasks with the increasing demand of time and efficiency by employers
Intelligently completes written assessments such as essays, reports, end tests, and examinations.

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