An apprenticeship is a way to earn a wage and work alongside experienced staff to gain job-specific skills.

Being an apprentice means that you have a job that includes gaining recognised qualifications and essential skills whilst you are working and earning a wage. 

National Services

Careers Wales – If you’re looking for an apprenticeship, you can search and apply online for vacancies via Careers Wales. Anyone who is over 16, living in Wales and not in full-time education can apply.

Welsh Government: Apprenticeships – Search and apply for apprenticeships.

ACT: Apprenticeship Vacancies – Search for apprenticeships from thousands of providers such as Welsh Health boards and Newport council.

NotGoingToUni – List of other options to university, including apprenticeships.

UCAS – Higher education and careers website, with a handy apprenticeships section.

TSW Apprenticeships – Apprenticeships across lots of sectors in Wales.

Meic – An advocacy and helpline service to support you with anything. Contact Meic daily from 8AM – Midnight on: Freephone (080880 23456), Text (84001) or Instant Message.

Useful Apps

Apprentices – An app created by, the UK’s leading website for apprenticeship jobs. Search for apprenticeships near or far in the UK.

Blogs and Guides

Apprenticeships – The Mix

The benefits of doing an apprenticeship – Fish 4 Jobs

The Pros & Cons of Apprenticeships – Career Addict


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