Getting Started with Apprenticeships
The Benefits of Apprenticeships
Apprenticeship Rules and Responsibilities
Funding and the Apprenticeship Levy
Onboarding Apprenticeships and Additional Support
Apprenticeship Terms Explained
An apprentice is a regular full-time employee and all employment law, health and safety regulations and your normal workplace operating policies and procedures apply.
When offering apprenticeships, employers have a number of responsibilities to fulfil, including:
By fulfilling these responsibilities, employers can create a positive and supportive environment for their apprentices, which helps them to succeed and contribute to the growth and success of the business.