Apprenticeships in Kettering
As an accredited CMI and AAT training centre, we are able to deliver some of the best apprenticeships local to Kettering. We specialise in legal services and accounting, helping students, professional and non-professionals find their feet in rewarding apprenticeship positions.
As long as you’re aged 16 and over, anyone can become an apprentice. There is no upper age limit to start these rewarding programmes, instead, you can start an apprenticeship at any time, whether you are looking to go straight into a career or would like to change your current career path.
Covering Kettering, we provide local opportunities for you to join an inviting and rewarding company that is eager to teach you their way of work and train you to work within a team. Apprenticeships are a great way for people to work their way into a company, which means that over 90% of apprentices get offered the position at the end of their role
Apprenticeships at APT
APT can help students and professionals by understanding what career they are looking for and help guide them into the right apprenticeship. We offer various levels of apprenticeships, varying from level 3-7 programmes. With apprenticeships in bookkeeping, accounting and even law, we can help people access careers in the most rewarding of industries.
Legal services and accounting offer challenging yet rewarding positions that allow you to grow and acquire new skills which will be transferable of any of your future roles. With exceptional tutoring, our team we ensure that you are effectively guided throughout your role and help you to excel within your position.
Are you looking to start an apprenticeship in or near to Kettering?
We welcome anyone in and around Kettering to consider our apprenticeships, there are many benefits that come with choosing to be an apprentice and we would be more than happy to discuss these with you.
At APT we can help you get started in an apprenticeship within the legal sector or accounting sector, ensuring that you have a head start at working towards a career that is right for you.
Interested? Get your educational journey started right now today:
Get in touch to start your journey in accounting, legal services or management in you’re in Cambridge today:
- Level 2 Accounts / Finance Assistant Apprenticeship
- Level 3 Assistant Accountant apprenticeship
- Level 4 Professional Accounting / Tax Technician apprenticeship
- Level 7 Accountancy / Taxation Professional apprenticeship
- Level 3 Team Leader / Supervisor apprenticeship
- Level 5 Operational/Departmental Manager apprenticeship
- Level 3 Paralegal apprenticeship
- Level 6 Chartered Legal Executive apprenticeship
How to Apply
I have my own employer
If you are currently employed or if you find your own employer who is willing to take you on, then you can apply directly to APT. The application form will need to be completed by both yourself and your employer, and you will need to provide details so that we can make contact with your employer
When applying online for a vacancy on Find an Apprenticeship, you will be able to create an online profile for yourself. This can include uploading your CV and a covering letter, along with any additional information about yourself which may be relevant and advantageous for the role you apply for. You can also select what industries you’d like to work in and once you have completed your online profile you will be able to apply for any positions available which are of interest.
Information for employers
Anyone living in England, over 16 and not in full–time education can apply. There is no upper age limit for Apprenticeships.
Minimum hours a week is 30 and you are required to complete 20% of your time doing ‘off-the-job’ training, which will include day release training at our centre.
Minimum salary for an Apprentice is £3.90 per hour for under 19-year-olds or over 19s in their first year of Apprenticeship, although please note some employers may pay more.
Apprenticeships are free to apprentices. They are funded by the Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA) and/or via your employer. Apprentices may need to purchase specific equipment depending on the employer e.g. uniform and you will need to take into account costs for travel, lunch etc.
Entry requirements vary depending on the Apprenticeship you are applying for and some Employers will have their own entry requirements. Generally for Level 3 apprenticeships and above you will need to have achieved English and Maths at Level 2, upon completion. This is equivalent to GCSE A-C or grades 4 to 9. Please see individual course information for further details.
Talk to the apprenticeship team and we will be able to offer guidance of the options available to you.
There are two ways for you to find an Apprenticeship:
1. Find an employer of your own who is willing to take you on and support you as you complete your Apprenticeship
2. Apply online from the variety of available Apprenticeships www.gov.uk/apply-apprenticeship