Qualifications

Apprenticeships give students the confidence and skills needed for their career. College and university aren’t for everyone, so apprentices can study to achieve the qualifications they need whilst getting hands-on experience with prestigious companies in a wide range of industries, and earning a wage.

Amanda Wraight | Functional Skills

We deliver intermediate, advanced and higher apprenticeships. An intermediate (Level 2) apprenticeship is broadly equivalent to five good GCSEs. An advanced (Level 3) apprenticeship is the vocational equivalent of two A-Levels. We also offer higher apprenticeships (Level 4 and above) in areas including management, accountancy and law. Apprenticeships are flexible programmes that are designed to be tailored to suit different employers and roles. As a result, one of our students working in an administrative role for a firm of solicitors will study different content to a student who is an administrator in the travel industry.

Apprenticeship standards may include the following:

  • ILM (Institute of Leadership and Management) and CMI (Chartered Management Institute) management qualifications.
  • Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT) qualifications.
  • CLC/SQA conveyancing diplomas.

Where a full apprenticeship is too broad a qualification to meet specific training needs, we can deliver individual components designed to, say, improve front line customer service skills.

Apprenticeship Vacancies

See our latest apprenticeship vacancies and apply online.

Get in touch

We are always happy to meet you, without obligation, to run through your staff development and recruitment needs.

Latest News

16th July 2018
Farnfields Solicitors gives young apprentices a pathway into Law More >