Lincoln College HE (University) Open Day
08 May, 2017 – 4:30 - 8:00 PM
For all course enquiries please call the Course Enquiry Line on 030 030 32435
Being an apprentice means working for a company while you learn and develop skills with a college - at any level.
If you're young, apprenticeships are a great way to get on the career ladder, so you can start earning cash while you train and gain your independence quicker. They're also a cost effective way to change your career later in life - enabling you to cover the bills while you retrain. If you've taken time out to raise children or for health reasons, they enable you refresh your expertise in your career of choice.
And they're not just for new starters to a company. if you're already in a career you love for a firm you're happy with, but want to move to the next level - they're a cost effective way to enable your company to elevate you - just talk to you boss about it and show them this website.
It's true that apprenticeships are a great way for 16-18-year-old's to learn a trade, but one of the most common misconceptions is that's all there is to them.
Higher and degree Apprenticeships can be a way for a senior managers to to learn the skills they need to progress to the peak of their careers.
Whether you're a school-leaver or an adult who wants to kick-start or change your career - an apprenticeship could be the answer for you.
We have apprenticeships at a range of levels:
Intermediate (Level 2)
Advanced (Level 3)
Higher (Level 4/5)
We have trained over 4,200 apprentices in a wide range of roles.
Study an apprenticeship in:
Business and Administration
Carpentry and Joinery
Furniture Furnishing and Interiors
Health and Social Care
Hospitality and Catering
Leadership and Management
Painting and Decorating Plastering
Security Alarm Systems
Small Animal Care
Sport Activity Leadership
Supporting Teaching and Learning
Vehicle Body and Paint Operations
Vehicle Maintenance and Repair
Warehousing and Logistics
Welding and Fabrication