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Why should I employ an Apprentice?

Apprenticeships can help businesses across all sectors by offering fantastic opportunities to recruit and develop fresh new talent. Over 130,000 workplaces offer Apprenticeships because they acknowledge the benefits that apprentices can bring to their business - increased productivity, improved competitiveness and a committed and competent work-force.

Did you know…

92% of employers who employ an apprentice believe that Apprenticeships lead to a more motivated workforce.

Apprenticeships ensure that your workforce has the practical skills and qualifications your company needs now and in the future. The mixture of on and off the job learning ensures that they will learn the skills that work best for your organisation.

UK businesses consider skills shortages and recruitment difficulties a bigger threat to performance than declining consumer spending, and more than a quarter of these appreciate this form of vocational training higher than any other qualification.

Did you know…

81% of consumers are more likely to use a business if it offers Apprenticeships.

So if you think your organisation is ready to grasp the opportunity of taking on an apprentice, or if you would simply like to know more, fill out the form to the right of this page.

If you would like to know more about the training provider that delivers the Apprenticeship, you can read about them below.

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Apprenticeships Training Provider

Who are Opps Training?

Opps Training is a successful training provider and business consultancy based in Cambridgeshire, England. We provide Apprenticeships across many sectors from Health and Social Care to Housing. Our team is formed of experienced and like-minded individuals from a variety of backgrounds, who all share a passion for training and life-long learning.

How is the course delivered?

The apprenticeship is expected to take 12 – 18 months; depending on the experience of the learner and the selected course.The knowledge based qualification and functional skills are undertaken first; both the knowledge based qualification and the functional skills are achieved via external tests. The competence based qualification is completed via the compilation of a portfolio of evidence that demonstrates the learner’s competence in accordance with Awarding Body quality processes. This is the final aspect of the qualification that is completed. The model of delivery is structured around the needs of your organisation; there are two options that Opps can provide – Workshop delivery and One to One delivery.

To find out more about the structure of an Apprenticeship, download this course profile for an Advanced Apprenticeship in Health and Social Care.


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