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Apprenticeship FAQs

An apprenticeship is a job with training funded by government for people aged 16 and over. Being and apprentice means that you have a job training with nationally recognized qualification whilst you are working and earning a fair amount of wage.

  • Learn while earn
  • Increase your skills
  • Excellent opportunities to progress within the industry, whenever looking to study or climb the ranks within the workplace
  • Increase your potential for future earning by completing the qualifications
  • Support by trainer to help learners at a pace suited to them
  • You can search all the vacancies from this site, or just at the type of jobs you are interested in. You can also contact us via email or give us a call or visit our office to find more about current vacancies we have available.

    Call +44(0) 208 992 4506 for help and advice.

    Email: info@kbmtr.com

    KBM Training and Recruitment provide apprenticeships in accountancy, business administration, sales and marketing, health and care sectors.

    No if you already have started your apprenticeship program and get a certain percentage you can continue on the same program with another employer.

    Yes you can do an apprenticeship, but you will not be eligible for funding. In this you’re your employer would have to pay your training costs.

    • The advantages of an apprenticeships upon completion
    • You will work more effectively and in better way
    • It will open up the new opportunities for your career
    • You will earn better salary
    • You will gain practical experience and hand handle different challenges
    • You will improve your knowledge and skills which are is recognized
    • Your knowledge and skills can be used across a range of jobs and industries

    As an apprentice if your income is under £9,000 a year, you will not be charged so you don’t have to pay tax and national insurance on your income

    All employed apprentices will receive a wage. The current 'apprentice National Minimum wage; is currently £3.50 per hour*. However, Key Training recommends that all employers pay a minimum of £150 per week. - This is higher than the National Minimum Apprenticeship wage.