Apprentices

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An apprentice is a person that learns from an a job the employee apprentices spend at least 20% of their working hours completing classroom-based learning with a college, university or training provider which leads to a nationally recognised qualification. Traineeship are a great option for young people who are not yet ready for an apprenticeship because they provide opportunities to gain the relevant skills and experience to take on an apprenticeship and prepare for work.

Apprenticeships are when people also work extra hours during doing a job they earn a lot more money every year which is a good amount to study or pay bills to house hold as well. There are rules about how many hours you can work in a week and being paid overtime. If you’re studying for English and Maths qualifications which are part of your apprenticeship, your employer should allow you time to study during your normal working hours.

This apprentice is teaching maths this is hard maths this is called algebra a very complex subjects she must have been studying out of books in her own time to be this good these are normally A level standard. IT apprenticeships normally will pay you 18k-35k with IT career switch.

People learn from computers as well as books because they help people research stuff that they need to learn as an apprentice. The computers are more safe because they have a password on them to keep your work safe that you have done at your job so people cant trace it or steal it.