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Develop and build your career

With an apprenticeship, you can learn and progress your career at the same time. If your job role is evolving, and you need to retrain, an apprenticeship would allow you to work whilst you study.

Apprenticeships enable you to develop and apply essential knowledge, skills, and behaviours that are necessary for your role, helping you to progress and get ahead in your career. An apprenticeship shows that you have commitment and dedication to your chosen profession, and that you want to move forward, not just stay in the position that you are in at the moment.

Build your career

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Fulfil your potential

Choose an apprenticeship that will help you build the competence and gain the work experience required to achieve the next step in your career.

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Boost your career

An apprenticeship shows that you have commitment and dedication to your profession, and that you want to move ahead, not just stay in the position that you are in at the moment.

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Hands-on job experience

You get to apply the knowledge and skills you learn whilst working, getting hands-on job experience that links directly to your apprenticeship.

Common myths

Common myths and misconceptions

Forget what you’ve heard - apprenticeships really are for anyone, no matter what role or stage of your career. If you want to learn something new, whilst working and getting real life experience, then an apprenticeship might be the right option for you.

Apprenticeships are:

  • for anyone of any age
  • ideal for developing skills in-line with your career aspirations
  • tailored for you and your learning, no matter what your skill level
  • fantastic for adding value to the organisation you work for

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Learn alongside a talented network of apprentices

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My journey with Kaplan so far has been wonderful. The level of support is immense and networking with other students has proved very simple and rewarding

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The highlight of my apprenticeship on the job is servicing a nuclear sector company, and more specifically with regard to exams, really tackling the self learning aspect and seeing steady increases in exam results

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A highlight of my apprenticeship so far is having the opportunity to work with senior management on FTSE clients

Choose from a wide range of apprenticeships

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Banking and Financial Services

Programmes suited to those interested in developing their skills and knowledge of finance and banking.

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Accountancy and Tax

Accountancy and Tax

Apprenticeships that develop skills and knowledge in accounting including taxation, credit control, and internal auditing.

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Data and Technology

A range of programmes that develop skills in data literacy, analytics, business analysis, IT infrastructure and cloud, and software development.

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Why choose Kaplan for your apprenticeship?

Study alongside future talent

Learn with peers in your industry, and develop skills to boost your career.

Comprehensive support

You’ll receive regular support from your talent coach, course tutors and your line manager, throughout your apprenticeship.

Industry experts

Our expert tutors have real-world industry experience of the subjects they teach.

Above average pass rates

Our apprentices have a 98% pass rate at their End Point Assessment. End Point Assessment is the final stage of your apprenticeship. It is an impartial assessment of whether you have developed the skills, knowledge, and behaviours of your apprenticeship. So, as long as you stay on your apprenticeship with us, you are really likely to pass.

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72 of the FTSE top 100 companies use Kaplan to train their employees.

Top 100

Over one third of the top 100 apprenticeship employers of 2020-2021 have learners completing their programme with Kaplan.

80+ years

Over 80 years’ experience training the world’s leading professionals.

Talk to your employer

What do I need to tell my employer?

If you’d like to do an apprenticeship you’ll need to talk to your employer to see how they might be able to support you. Your employer might already have an apprenticeship scheme in place. Speak to your manager to confirm whether your employer is currently offering apprenticeship schemes with us, and ask them to get in touch.

You can also direct them to our apprenticeships for employers section for more information.

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