An apprenticeship programme provides an individual with an opportunity to train in a particular industry and gain a National Recognised Qualification, whilst receiving a salary as an employee of a company.
If the apprenticeship programme you choose requires on-site attendance, this will either be on a day release or block release basis, funded by your employer.
Whether you’re just starting your career, wanting to gain that qualification or wish to change career, an apprenticeship could be the answer.
UCS Apprenticeship Current Vacancies
- EDF – Nuclear Scientist and Nuclear Engineer (Degree) Apprentice, Closing Date – 14 February 2021
- NNB Generation Company (HPC) Limited – Nuclear Scientist and Nuclear Engineer (Degree) Apprentice – 6 positions available, Closing Date – 14 February 2021
Once you have found and applied for your chosen Apprenticeship programme, our admissions team will invite you for an informal interview with the curriculum team. They will discuss the full programme information with you, clarify the entry requirements and answer any questions you may have. If they are happy that you meet all the criteria for the Apprenticeship, they will provide you with a conditional offer. If you haven’t done so already, it’s now up to you to find an employer.
*Please be mindful that all employers advertising Apprenticeship vacancies may have amended their recruitment procedures according to their organisation’s response to the Covid-19 pandemic. In many cases, interviews may be held remotely for example. telephone or video interviews and will vary depending on the employer.
Should you have any questions about a particular vacancy, our Apprenticeship team are able to advise. Please email email@example.com*
We work with a huge range of employers whether they be Sole Traders, Small to Medium Employers or large Levy paying companies and can offer a free service that helps you to find the right employer.
There are two ways we recommend finding an employer;
- Apply for advertised Vacancies – we advertise all our vacancies via the National Apprenticeship Service (NAS) website.
- Find an employer yourself – learners often find employment by contacting employers directly. We can help with writing CVs and interview techniques, just ask our friendly apprenticeship team.
If you have already found an employer who is willing to take you on as an apprentice, please search for and apply for an Apprenticeship using the search bar near the top of this page. The University Centre will then contact you and your employer to start your apprenticeship journey.