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Choosing your apprenticeship - Caroline Barker

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Title
Choosing your apprenticeship
Author
Caroline Barker
format
Paperback / softback
Publisher
Trotman
Language
English
UK Publication Date
20110330

For parents:
Are you the parent of a teenager who wants to find out more about the apprenticeships?
Do you need honest advice on whether an apprenticeship will help them get the career they really want?

This is the ONLY impartial and independent guide to apprenticeships. It tells you which industries apprenticeships are available in, how the courses are taught and what career prospects they can lead to - and helps you decide whether it really is the right qualification for your child. Inside Choosing Your Apprenticeship, find information about the structure of apprenticeship programmes in professions including:

Administration and professional
Agriculture
Construction
Customer service, retailing and wholesaling;
Engineering;
Finance, insurance and real estate;
Food and drink;
Health and beauty;
Health, care and public services;
Hospitality;
Manufacturing;
Media and printing;
Recreation and travel;
Transportation.

Choosing Your Apprenticeship also includes details about how to apply for an apprenticeship, who apprenticeships are good for, and an outline of the apprenticeship system in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland as well as England.

Combining hands-on experience and work-related learning, an apprentice can be a great way of learning about a profession on the job, developing skills, gaining a useful qualification and earning money at the same time. Whether your child is thinking about leaving school at 16 to get a job straight away or just isn't sure what they want to do yet, an apprenticeship caters for each route - and this guide gives you impartial advice about what their career prospects will really be if they choose to take an apprenticeship.

Deciding which qualifications to take when you are a teenager can be tough, but Choosing Your Apprenticeship will ensure you and your child are well-placed to decide if an apprenticeship will set them on the path to the bright and successful career they desire.

For help and advice on choosing other post-14 qualifications, take a look at the other titles in the series: Choosing Your Diploma, Choosing Your GCSEs and Choosing Your A Levels and other Post-16 Options.

For students:
Are you a teenager who wants to find out more about apprenticeships?
Do you need honest advice on whether an apprenticeship will really help you get the career you want?

This is the ONLY impartial and independent guide to apprenticeships. It tells you which industries apprenticeships are available in, how the courses are taught and what career prospects they can lead to - helping you decide whether it really is the right qualification for you. Inside Choosing Your Apprenticeship, you'll find information about the structure of apprenticeship programmes in professions including:

Administration and professional
Agriculture
Construction
Customer service, retailing and wholesaling;
Engineering;
Finance, insurance and real estate;
Food and drink;
Health and beauty;
Health, care and public services;
Hospitality;
Manufacturing;
Media and printing;
Recreation and travel;
Transportation.

Choosing Your Apprenticeship also includes details about how to apply for an apprenticeship, the sort of people apprenticeships are good for, and an outline of the apprenticeship system in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland as well as England.

Combining hands-on experience and work-related learning, an apprentice can be a great way of learning about a profession on the job, developing skills, gaining a useful qualification and earning money at the same time. Whether you're thinking about leaving school at 16 to get a job straight away or just aren't sure what you want to do yet, an apprenticeship caters for each route - and this guide gives you impartial advice about what your career prospects will really be if you choose to take an apprenticeship.

Deciding which qualifications to take when you are a teenager, but Choosing Your Apprenticeship will ensure you are well-placed to decide if an apprenticeship will set you on the path to the bright and successful career you desire.

For help and advice on choosing other post-14 qualifications, don't forget to take a look at the other titles in the series: Choosing Your Diploma, Choosing Your GCSEs and Choosing Your A Levels and other Post-16 Options.


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Caroline Barker is a professionally qualified careers adviser specialising in giving guidance to school pupils, apprenticeship trainees and college students.

Type
BOOK
Keyword Index
Apprenticeship programs - Great Britain.
Country of Publication
England
Number of Pages
256

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