Welcome to the Parent and Teacher Information Hub; here you can find out ways to support young people and students as they look to begin an apprenticeship.
As a guardian or teacher, you play a crucial role in building the confidence of a young person, so they feel able to go out into the world and fulfil their potential. By being knowledgeable about how you can help them, they are more likely to come to you for support and manage this somewhat difficult transition with ease.
Parents and teachers who might want to learn more about what their child or student is going to be embarking on when they start an apprenticeship can utilise these pages. Or if the child or student doesn’t know what they want to do, we can explain the potential benefits of starting an apprenticeship, so that you can help guide them down the right path.
Many teachers and parents forget to explore other avenues outside of the traditional A-Level to Degree route or getting a job after school. If you do not have all the information about a young person’s options, it can be hard to offer informed advice.
Luckily, this website has all the information you need to know about apprenticeships. After reading our advice for parents and teachers, you might want to learn more about: Types of apprenticeships, Reasons to start an apprenticeship, Traineeships, Careers fairs or Work experience. By knowing as much information as possible about apprenticeships, you and your student or child can work things out together, and ensure they are making the right choices.