The National Apprenticeship Service approved a fresh lineup of exciting apprenticeships this year. As we near the end of the year, we thought we’d round up the new opportunities in the world of apprenticeships. Whether you’re creatively inclined, technically savvy, or passionate about exceptional service, there’s something for everyone in the mix.
Let’s dive into the 2023 additions to the Apprenticeship Guide, from A to Z:
Level 3. Good if you like art, drama, English, DT, or ICT at school.
Perfect for budding wordsmiths, social media addicts, and video wizards. The content creator apprenticeship could be the ticket to a career in digital storytelling and content production.
Level 4. Will work best for those who enjoy their business studies lessons.
For those with a knack for negotiation and a head for numbers, the commercial procurement and supply apprenticeship opens doors to the world of business procurement and logistics.
Level 3. Great for people who like travelling and learning languages.
Dreamed of working in the sky? The cabin crew apprenticeship prepares you for a high-flying career in the airline industry.
Level 3. Good for hands-on individuals with an eye for detail.
Whether you’re working on boats, vehicles, or aircrafts, the surface finisher apprenticeship might lead you into the world of crafting and perfecting materials.
Level 2. Confident, professional individuals only need apply.
Safety and security are paramount in today’s world. The professional security operative apprenticeship equips you with the skills to keep people and places secure.
Level 3. Good if you liked science or DT at school.
Be a key part in the supply chain. In the age of refrigerated transport, this apprenticeship will train you to maintain and repair mobile refrigeration units.
Level 4. Technologically minded and don’t mind working at height? This might be for you.
With the advent of 5G, the cellular network field engineer apprenticeship opens doors to a career in keeping our mobile networks running smoothly.
Level 7. Specialised apprenticeship for those already in the legal sector.
For legal professionals on their way to the top, this apprenticeship provides a path to becoming a legal expert in litigation and advocacy.
Level 4. Great for creative people who love art and design.
Step into the realm of movie magic with the junior VFX artist apprenticeship, ideal for those with a creative and technical flair.
Level 3. A hands-on way to learn a beautiful and highly technical craft.
If you’ve got a passion for construction and craftsmanship, the craft bricklayer apprenticeship is the perfect foundation for a hands-on career in the building industry.
Level 4. Good for business-minded individuals.
The governance officer apprenticeship is tailor-made for those interested in the inner workings of organisations and their governance structures.
Level 5. Good if you like ICT and are interested in a challenging education role.
With education and technology converging, the digital learning designer apprenticeship prepares you for a role at the forefront of online education.
Level 2. Great for creative, hands-on people with a customer focus.
For those with a flair for style and grooming, the barbering professional apprenticeship paves the way to a career in the world of men’s grooming.
Level 7. A specialised role for critical thinkers.
With a focus on preventing and managing human-related risks, the human factors specialist apprenticeship offers a unique path to a multidisciplinary career.
Level 4. Good for those who enjoy ICT, business, or English.
Tech enthusiasts can explore the digital product manager apprenticeship to learn how to bring digital products to life and manage their lifecycle.
Level 6. Best for people who enjoyed geography, maths, and sciences at school.
In a world of uncertainties, the resilience and emergencies professional apprenticeship equips you to respond effectively to crises and emergencies.
Level 3. Great for people interested in education.
For those who are passionate about education and training, the learning and skills assessor apprenticeship helps you support others on their learning journey.
Level 6. Best for analytical people who like ICT and psychology.
With a focus on user-centered design, the service designer apprenticeship is perfect for creative problem solvers who want to shape the future of services.
These new apprenticeships offer a wide range of exciting opportunities across various industries. There’s no better time to embark on your apprenticeship journey. The future is yours to shape, so pick the path that excites you the most and get ready to learn, grow, and succeed in 2023!