Apprenticeships can be used with your existing employees or new recruits, looking for development and long term career prospects.
What are the benefits for the employer?
- Funding can mean reduced training and recruitment costs
- Staff motivation
- Increased productivity
- Skilled and motivated staff with increased job satisfaction
- Improved customer service
- Benchmarking of staff performance against national standards.
Who are Apprenticeships designed for?
Apprenticeships are open to anyone over the age of 16 and not in full time education.
Which Apprenticeships does the BIIAB offer?
Click here to see which Apprenticeships the BIIAB offers in England.
"The Lewis Partnership have been using the BIIAB Apprenticeships since October 2012 via our training provider ABV Training and it is without doubt one of the most powerful, motivational tools we have introduced."
- Chris Lewis CBII, The Lewis Partnership
What are the benefits for the apprentice?
The apprentice will be able to earn money, while learning and working towards a nationally recognised qualification.
How is the Apprenticeship delivered and assessed?
The majority of the apprenticeship will be spent in the workplace enabling the apprentice to gain sector specific, hands on practical experience from those already working in the industry. An apprentice may also spend some time at a training provider to ensure they obtain the key knowledge and skills needed.
Where can I get further information?
Phone – 01276 684449
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Based in Northern Ireland, Wales or Scotland?
There are slightly different Apprenticeship systems in the different nations in the United Kingdom. While there are more similarities than differences, the BIIAB makes available Apprenticeships in each Nation based on demand.
To find out which Apprenticeships the BIIAB offers in Northern Ireland click here
To find out which Apprenticeships the BIIAB offers in Wales click here
To find out which Apprenticeships the BIIAB offers in Scotland click here
End Point Assessments
BIIAB is approved as an End Point Assessment organisation for specific apprenticeship standards, with more applications in process with the SFA. To find out which apprenticeships BIIAB is currently approved to deliver End Point Assessments for please click here. To find out which additional apprenticeships BIIAB is applying to become an End Point Assessment organisation for please contact email@example.com.