UPDATE: Find the Apprenticeship Guide 2017 here.
With National Apprenticeship Week taking place from Monday 9th March until Friday 13th March 2015, www.notgoingtouni.co.uk has launched its annual ‘Apprenticeship and Vocational Training Guide’ aimed at students who are soon leaving secondary education. For those potentially looking for a different route to university, the guide lays out a wide variety of apprenticeship and vocational training options and alternatives to ensure students have all the information to hand when making a choice on their future education.
The guide is completely free to download and includes a foreword from the Minister of State jointly for the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills and the Department for Education, Nick Boles. As the new Skills Minister, Nick is all too aware of the vast array of opportunities available to students, particularly for those looking at alternative routes to university.
Furthermore, the 2015 guide highlights the benefits of undertaking an apprenticeship or vocational training course following school, college or sixth form, as well as offering insight into some of the roles available and providing much-needed unbiased information on how and where to find an apprenticeship or vocational training course to suit the needs of each individual.