Apprenticeships are jobs, with all the benefits – pay, holiday, sick pay, and they have the addition of training alongside your work in a work-related qualification. You can either be employed in a new job as an apprentice, or you can gain extra skills in your existing role by enrolling on an apprenticeship when already employed.
You can find out more about being an apprentice on the government website: Become an apprentice
You can find all apprenticeship vacancies at Find an Apprenticeship.
If it’s too overwhelming to look at all the vacancies, you can check with apprenticeship training providers to see what courses they offer. Visit the One Front Door provider directory using the ‘apprenticeships’ dropdown to see the colleges and independent training providers that offer apprenticeships.
You can also find apprenticeships advertised on job searching websites including the One Front Door jobs board.