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Apprenticeships advice and resources

Learn more about what apprenticeships have to offer your students with teaching advice and lesson activities for use in the classroom
#CareerGoals: Mechanical Design Engineer

Design engineer Adam tells us about his role and why he's glad he took the apprenticeship path over university.

For students
5 min read
A2 wall posters: university or apprenticeship?

Download your set of school posters, designed with The Student Room and National Apprenticeship Service, to adorn your classroom...

Applying for an apprenticeship: what your students need to know

Teachers, support your students to apply for a work-based option after A-levels

5 min read
Factsheet: higher and degree apprenticeships

A useful one-page classroom resource or poster on higher and degree apprenticeships.

Lesson activity
15 min read
Higher and degree apprenticeships guide

Download our free, comprehensive guide to higher and degree apprenticeships, covering everything from what your students can study...

Is a higher or degree apprenticeship right for you?

Like the idea of graduating in a cap and gown, while also having several years of work experience in the bag and no debts to pay...

For students
3 min read
Lesson activities: get your class thinking about apprenticeships

These activity ideas can help you to introduce your student to apprenticeships for Key Stage 4 and Key Stage 5 students.

For students
15 min read
The Banking Apprenticeship Guide

A free downloadable guide packed with information and advice on higher and degree banking apprenticeships including how to apply to...

The Digital, Tech and IT Apprenticeship Guide

An introduction for your students to the possibilities of an apprenticeship in the digital, tech and IT sector.

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