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Apprenticeships are an exciting way to get hands-on training and put your creative skills into practice. You can also earn while you learn, which means you are paid a salary while you are being trained. Ravensbourne offers a number of diverse apprenticeships and paid opportunities with employers such as the BBC, BT and Sky.
Apprenticeships are open to anyone over the age of 16 and are are an excellent way for you to improve your skills and progress your career in your chosen area.
Receive real-world skills
During your apprenticeship, your employer will decide the structure of your training. It will be designed especially for the job you're training for. So, by the end of the course, you should have gained the qualifications, skills and experience needed to progress in your chosen career.
Wages for apprentices
One of the major benefits of an apprenticeship is that you earn a wage while you are working and studying.
The amount that you will receive varies depending on the specific apprenticeship. This is worked out by considering factors such as the type of apprenticeship, your age and existing experience and the sector you're working in.
Learn more: how do apprenticeships work?
Degree apprenticeships are a new type of programme offered by some universities where students can achieve a full bachelor's degree as part of their apprenticeship.
At Ravensbourne, we offer a number of different apprenticeships at undergraduate degree level and are open to exploring new standards as they are developed.
This programme has been developed by Ravensbourne in partnership with sought-after employers such as BBC, Sky and BT. These qualifications are also accredited by official bodies.
The apprenticeships combine working with your employer with studying part-time at Ravensbourne.
This can be on a day-to-day basis or in blocks of time, depending on the programme and requirements of the employer.
At Ravensbourne we offer a number of different apprenticeships at undergraduate degree.
There are many advantages to an apprenticeship with Ravensbourne:
We currently have two apprenticeships on offer at Ravensbourne.
This programme is designed to train apprentices in software engineering and networking engineering pathways. Employers include BT and Bluebell TV.
This apprenticeship training covers the skills and knowledge required for technical roles within broadcasting, television studios and network. Employers include BBC, Sky and Encompass TV.
For more information about Ravensbourne's apprenticeship programmes, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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