Work, Earn & Learn
Being an Apprentice means you will be employed and earn a salary whilst working towards a nationally recognised NVQ qualification at Level 2 or Level 3 and a technical certificate. See the range of apprenticeships available through LMC below.
Your assessor will visit you in the workplace to observe you in your job role and to help you build a portfolio of evidence to prove your competence against industry standards. Once you have completed your Advanced Apprenticeship, you could choose to move on to a university level course or undertake further professional training.
You might attend College one day a week or on block release depending on your course. Your time in College will be to complete your assignments and study functional skills such as English, Maths and IT – which you will need for all jobs. As all our tutors are professionals in the fields they teach, they will be able to give you all the support and advice that you need.
Become an Apprentice...
To become an Apprentice, you will need to be employed for a minimum of 16 hours a week and your employer must agree that you can attend training. If you haven't got a job yet – don't worry, we offer a full apprenticeship vacancy matching service for both potential apprentices and businesses looking to recruit young talent.
If you're looking for an apprenticeship our fully supportive service will you prepare to apply including helping you with your CV and interview coaching.
Employers think that apprentices are 15% more employable than those with other qualifications.
Are you an Employer...
For local businesses looking to make the most of local talent our consultation service runs from job description preparation and candidate shortlisting through to interview preparation. In all cases our skilled and experienced team will guide you through the process to match the right apprentice to the right employer ensuring a positive outcome for all involved. See Apprenticeships - Employer Information.