You get paid while you learn. Employers all over the UK recognise and value apprenticeships as they show you've been trained in the skills they need. We deliver apprenticeship training at employers' premises or at one of our college campuses in Poplar, Hackney and Redbridge.
We offer a range of apprenticeships in
- Creative Media
- Commis Chef
- Digital Skills
- Electrical Installation
- Health and Social Care
- Hospitality and Catering
- Mastic Asphalt
- Painting and Decorating
- Team Leadership
- Wall and Floor Tiling
Who we work with
For more information please contact the apprenticeship team
Kirsty Young - Kirsty.Young@ncclondon.ac.uk
01708 455 011 Ext 2237
Jane Willsmer - Jane.Willsmer@ncclondon.ac.uk
01708 455 011 Ext 2092.
Ambreen Sabir - Ambreen.Sabir@ncclondon.ac.uk - 01708 455 011 Ext 2407
Dee Hopal - Dee.Hopal@ncclondon.ac.uk - 0207 613 9549
Sarah Clayton - Sarah.Clayton@ncclondon.ac.uk - 01708 455 011 Ext 2187
No. While you are an apprentice, your employer pays you a salary and supports you whilst you undertake your training.
Apprenticeships typically take between one and four years to complete, depending on the type of apprenticeship and the level. There is no set time to complete an apprenticeship as the length of time taken will depend on the qualification taken, the ability of the individual apprentice and the employer’s requirements.
Your employer and training provider (the College) will make sure you have support. Their job is to ensure that your training fits your personal requirements, offers the skills needed for the job and satisfies national standards. They will also be there to help and support you through any challenges or problems.
- You must have lived in the UK for the past 3 years
- Be legally allowed to work in the UK
- Be 16 or older
- Undertake an assessment/sills test to ascertain your suitability for the course
- You can apply to be an apprentice at any age over the age of 16 years old
- You must live in England
- You must not be in full-time education
If you are working in any of the areas we have listed above please get in touch with us and let us know the name of your employer. We can speak to them directly about supporting you to train as an apprentice.
If you are not working and would like to see apprenticeship vacancies locally and from employers who work with us, contact us directly or visit our website. For vacancies at our havering campus please visit click here.
If you are not working and would like to see current apprenticeship vacancies across London and beyond visit https://www.gov.uk/apply-apprenticeship and see vacancies listed or call them on 0800 015 0400.