In order to enrol on a funded apprenticeship candidates must meet certain eligibility criteria.
You have recently completed Year 11 at school and that that you do not intend to return to full-time education.
School Leavers must be able to confirm:
You are not currently attending school, college, university or other types of training as a student and have no intention to.
You are not a graduate (i.e. attained a degree or a QCF Level 4 or higher) or currently in higher education
You reside in the UK and have been resident for three or more years. (The three-year period or residence for nationals of an EU country must not have been for the purpose of receiving education during any of the qualifying period).
You are a citizen of the European Union or a refugee, who has been granted by the UK Government, refugee status.
Everyone must be able to confirm:
You are able to show understanding and commitment to the programme.
You are capable of achieving the programme.
You are able to fully participate in the programme.
In addition you must be able to demonstrate to us:
There are no hard and fast rules on what qualifications you should have for entry to these programmes. As a guide however, we would normally expect a minimum of 5 GCSE’s (A-C). You should be guided by the individual apprentice job advert.