Earn while you learn with an apprenticeship
At Northumberland Skills, we offer a wide range of apprenticeship training opportunities designed to boost your knowledge and on-the-job skills.
What is an apprenticeship?
If you want to earn a salary whilst gaining a trade or learning new skills to boost your career opportunities, an apprenticeship with Northumberland Skills is a great choice.
Apprenticeships offer a mix of training and skills development plus on-the-job work with an employer. This means you’ll have a job with an employer and be a working member of their team, whilst continuing to develop skills essential to your job and personal development.
Alongside your job, you'll spend time at Northumberland Skills where you’ll benefit from a tailored programme of training to complement your job role and boost your skills and confidence.
You will complete coursework to achieve nationally recognised qualifications, all the while you'll be getting paid by your employer, so it really does offer the best of both worlds.
Professional Services Apprenticeships
Supporting your business career path, we offer a wide range of apprenticeships opportunities across professional services, ranging from business administrator to customer service practitioner, plus managerial standards including operations or departmental manager and team leader/supervisor.
We have a wide range of apprenticeship opportunities available to hone your skills and future career in the construction industry.
Apprenticeship standards available from Northumberland Skills include: bricklaying, carpentry and joinery, fenestration, electrical and highways maintenance.
Childcare and Education Apprenticeships
Boost your career prospects in the fields of childcare and education with Northumberland Skills. We offer a variety of routes to gain the skills and experience required in vocations including: early years educator, early years practitioner and teaching assistant.
Health & Social Care Apprenticeships
Become a confident and skilled care worker with an apprenticeship from Northumberland Skills. Whether you’re new to adult social care or already work in the sector, an apprenticeship will help you to progress in your career as an adult care worker or lead adult care worker.