Apprenticeships and training

What is an apprenticeship?

To start or change your career you usually need a combination of experience and qualifications. An apprenticeship is a good way to combine on the job training with studying, usually for one day a week, towards a formal, nationally-recognised qualification at the end of your apprenticeship.

Apprenticeships vary in length and in the qualifications you achieve, as do entry requirements, pay rates and working hours. There is plenty of variety on offer from colleges and organisations, including Bromley Council.

Find an apprenticeship in all areas

Apprenticeships with Bromley Council

We want to recruit and train talented people who are as passionate about delivering services to our local community as we are. Apprenticeships are available across the whole of the council in various departments. We will fund the cost of you attaining a qualification and give you paid time off to study.

National Apprenticeship Service

The National Apprenticeship Service (NAS) supports, funds and co-ordinates the delivery of Apprenticeships throughout England.

 

Bromley Education Business Partnership

Provides support for local employers who wish to recruit apprentices, and young people who are looking for help with employment or training opportunities.