Apprenticeships differ slightly in Scotland to those being delivered in England. Scottish apprenticeships do not require End-point Assessment to achieve the approved qualification. On completion, learners will be rewarded a nationally recognised certificate in their subject.
Scotland has three levels of apprenticeships: foundation, modern, and graduate. ‘Foundation apprenticeships’ are made for younger, entry-level apprentices, with training costs fully funded by the Scottish Government.
‘Modern apprenticeships’ can be completed by existing and new employees of all ages. Funding is limited to certain age groups that have been identified as a priority by the Scottish Government.
‘Graduate apprenticeships’ see learners working towards a degree (funded by the Government) whilst working.
Lifetime Training hold a contract with Skills Development Scotland to allow the fully funded delivery across various sectors. Contact us to find out more.