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
When you partner with HIT Training, you'll be introduced to your dedicated Account Manager who will be your main point of contact.
They will work closely with you to set up your apprenticeship programme, liaising with various departments within both HIT and your business to ensure the launch of your apprenticeship programme is a success.
They’ll be in touch regularly, making sure you receive current and timely reporting of your apprentice data. This includes apprentice progression and highlights any issues that may need resolving. A quarterly meeting will take place to review the progress against objectives set at the start and identify further opportunities to evolve or improve the programme.
At the start of any apprenticeship programme, a potential apprentice will either be nominated internally by the employer or will be recruited into your business as an apprentice. We will then work with the nominated candidate to complete the following:
Delivering meaningful learning
Once an apprentice is enrolled onto your apprenticeship programme its time to begin their learning journey. Our blended delivery approach means we can adapt training to suit the needs of each learner through the following channels enabling you to retain new knowledge and skills whilst applying what you learn.
Our key goal is to ensure that the apprentice is given the necessary support, guidance, and training to succeed in their role and achieve their career goals.
As well as quarterly reviews, we will work with you to produce an annual ‘board report’, highlighting the impact apprenticeships have had on your business, alongside individual success stories and achievements of staff who have excelled.