Apprenticeships for Adults
Being an adult doesn’t mean your education is over
Whether you have a master’s degree or no qualifications at all, there are plenty of opportunities for you to learn something new, or even start a new career. Studying an apprenticeship as an adult is a fantastic option to keep earning while learning.
Are you looking to develop your current career?
Looking to progress in your current sector? Maybe you’re looking to train up some of your staff? Get in touch to find out how incorporating an apprenticeship into your work life can do wonders for your career, confidence and prospects.
If an apprenticeship doesn’t sound like your bag, maybe you’re better suited to studying a professional qualification? Options include CIPD, CIM, AAT and more. There are also plenty of funding and loan options, meaning courses are accessible and you can fit them around your life by studying part time.
Are you looking for a career change?
Ready to make the move but don’t want to go back to studying full time? Apprenticeships are the perfect to way continue earning while learning something new. With no upper age limits, you can get qualifications and gain valuable experience in the workplace. A lot of companies actively seek adults for apprenticeships as they often have the desired skills and life experience that make a good employee, there’s a good chance of securing employment upon completion too.
Progression routes are often faster than traditional graduate or trainee routes, and you can gain accredited qualifications at the same time!
Kristine was looking to develop her career after having her children. After discussing her options with her team leader, an apprenticeship with MK College was the best step forward for Kristine to upskill within her current company, BSI.
“Why I’m Studying an Apprenticeship at 42”
At the age of 42, Vishal has changed his career through an IT apprenticeship. From collecting glasses to configuring routers and switches, Vishal proves that you are only limited by your ambition.
“I wasn’t working for my current employer before my apprenticeship, DTE placed an advert seeking an assistant technical engineer apprentice through Milton Keynes College, so I took a leap of faith and applied online and was successful. This was a big decision to make, even without a family and mortgage to pay, but the right one.”
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