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BUILD THE FUTURE!

Newcastle and Stafford Colleges Group (NSCG) offers a huge range of apprenticeships across all industry sectors, so you can earn whilst you learn.

Enrolling on an Apprenticeship with one of our hundreds of partner employers means you can learn vital practical skills in a hands-on-environment. An Apprenticeship is a great way to start work while getting the training and qualifications you need to succeed in your chosen career.

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    Get in touch

    T: 01782 254287 (Newcastle)

    T: 01785 275660 (Stafford)

    E: apprenticeships@nscg.ac.uk

    • EARN IT. You will receive a real wage. Average salaries of around £200 per week.
    • LIVE IT. You will gain practical skills and receive a nationally recognised qualification at the end of it. The Apprenticeship Hub team will support you along the way and work with you and your employer to make your apprenticeship a success; helping you to achieve a great work-life balance.
    • WORK IT! We offer an extensive apprenticeship programme and there is bound to be the perfect one for you. Apprenticeships are available from a Level 2 (Intermediate) and in some areas up to Level 7 (Higher). The time taken to achieve this will vary depending on each apprenticeship/level and our support team are happy to guide you through each level. Here at NSCG, you are guaranteed an Ofsted Outstanding learning experience with as much support as you need.

    So why not STYLE IT. BUILD IT. DRIVE IT. EXPLORE IT. CURE IT. PLAN IT. DESIGN IT. DISCOVER IT.

    Find yourself an apprenticeship at NSCG.

    I’ve developed loads of skills since starting my apprenticeship. When you’re at school you’re used to working alone but, as part of my role at T-T Pumps, I’m often working on projects as part of a team – so I’ve had to develop my communication and time management skills. I’ve also had to learn how to keep calm and stay focussed when working under pressure as I’m constantly working on a number of different tasks at the same time, all with similar deadlines. Developing these skills in the workplace has also helped me when completing my coursework for my apprenticeship qualification.

    Lloyd Swale, T-T Pumps

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