An Apprenticeship is a combination of on-the-job training in the workplace, and classroom or workshop based learning at College. Apprentices gain job-specific skills, a nationally recognised qualification that is related to the job, and the opportunity to continuously improve their core English, maths and IT skills, if required. An Apprentice will be paid a wage by their employer and may be a new or existing employee.
Hiring an Apprentice will allow your business to develop an employee to work to your standards and follow your own tired and tested working methods. The results is a focused, skilled and qualified member of the team, who can strengthen the workforce and help take your business forward.
You can employ an Apprentice in many different industry at Boston College including:
> Animal Care
> Beauty Therapy
> Carpentry and Joinery
> Catering and Hospitality
> Early Years
> Health and Social Care
> Motor Vehicle
To find out more reasons why to employ an Apprentice with Boston College and the future of Apprenticeships, read our 'Employ an Apprentice' course guide.
Boston College and FSB Apprenticeship Awards 2017
Boston College and The Federation of Small Businesses have joined together to recognise the hard work of the Apprentices throughout the last year with the FSB Apprenticeship Awards.
The awards will take place on Wednesday 17th May, 3.30pm-5.00pm at the College's Sam Newsom Centre, and the categories will include:
Apprentice of the Year in the following areas...
- Accounting, Retail and Business
- Hair and Beauty
- Health and Social Care
- Construction, Joinery and Plumbing
- Computing and Engineering
- Early Years and Teaching
- Motor Vehicle
- Catering and Hospitality
- Animal Care and Science
With an overall 'Apprentice of the Year' being named from the above winners.
Work Experience Student of the Year in the following areas...
- Accountancy, Business, Travel and Tourism
- A-Levels, Science and Animal Care
- Construction, Plumbing and Electrical
- Computing, Engineering and Motor Vehicle
- Art and Design, Photography, Music and Media
- Health and Social Care, Early Years and Teaching
- Uniformed Service and Real Skills for Work
- Hair and Beauty, and Catering and Hospitality
With an overall 'Work Experience Student of the Year' being named from the above winners.
To discuss or place a nominations, please email firstname.lastname@example.org