Challenge yourself, learn new skills and get on the career ladder.
Speed up the application process by skipping the interview and finding your own employer.
On average apprentices earn between £150 and £200 a week during training.
However, the salary you earn depends on the programme you apply for.
Visit our annual salaries page
There are a number of qualifications you can gain depending on your programme, including:
The length of apprenticeships varies depending on which course and qualification level.
They can take anywhere from 1 year, for an advanced apprenticeship, to 5 years for a degree apprenticeship.
QA Apprenticeships has partnered with large companies as well as SME's all over the UK to make sure our apprentices find the right fit for them.
You could be working with digital agencies, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Microsoft or even the NHS.Visit our Vacancy search page
Employers are required to provide a wage for apprentices.
However, depending on the age of an apprentice and your company's location, government funding may be available for training costs.
Visit our Government funding & grants page
An apprenticeship is a mix of work based training and in centre training.
On the job training is supported by a QA Assessor and we will work with you to schedule a training programme to suit the needs of your business and apprentice.
Arranging an apprenticeship placement is a straightforward, 4 step process:
Visit our Apprenticeships step by step page