About our apprenticeships

The benefits of offering apprenticeships

Apprenticeships give employees the opportunity to gain the skills, knowledge and behaviours needed to excel in their role.
This means you can hire inexperienced new members of staff, or upskill your current workforce, increasing their efficiency and productivity. Plus, with 90% of apprentices staying in their place of work after completing an apprenticeship, you’ll reduce future recruitment costs.

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Available apprenticeships

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The cost of an apprenticeship will vary based on the training provider you choose, the age of your apprentice and the funding band for the apprenticeship you’re offering. At Connect2Care, we detail the costs and funding opportunities available for each apprenticeship on their dedicated webpages.
Yes! You can get government funding to cover up to 95% of the cost of an apprenticeship and up to 100% for certain training courses. Learn more about funding opportunities on our Funding & Apprenticeship Levy page.
Your apprentices will receive on-the-job training in your workplace (usually via their line manager), combined with off-the-job training by Connect2Care. Training from Connect2Care will include a mix of face-to-face training and interactive online workshops. Apprenticeships typically take between one and three years to complete depending on the training level. Your dedicated Connect2Care Relationship Manager will make sure you and your apprentice are fully supported throughout their training.
An apprentice will be employed by you for a minimum of 30 hours per week (part-time apprenticeships can be agreed for a minimum of 16 hours per week with an increased length of time on the apprenticeship programme) and be paid at least the applicable National Minimum Wage for Apprentices. As an employer, you'll supervise your apprentice and provide them with on-the-job training throughout their apprenticeship. This includes the training, skills and knowledge your apprentice needs to perform the work you've hired them for.

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Discover the wide range of apprenticeships and training on offer in the Connect2Care brochure
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