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New opportunities for becoming an apprentice are announced on a regular basis. Keep in touch with us and check this section regularly to remain updated on all our vacancies.
An Apprenticeship will give you the opportunity to train and learn along side excellent mentors and training providers.
Are you a parent looking to help your child make an informed decision about their future career? This section will guide you through the main benefits of doing an apprenticeship and connect you with all the information you need.
The University of Oxford is committed to fostering an inclusive culture which promotes equality, values diversity. Get in touch if you need any support.
Government funding for apprentices is organised based on the apprentice's age and previous access to public funds. Learn this and more about how to budget for your apprentice.
From how to plan for an apprentice in your department to how to write a job description and mentoring your apprentice, find out which top tips have made the cut here.
During your apprenticeship, you will receive support from a supervisor and a mentor. These two should not be the same.
How do I hire an apprentice? Where do I find out information about training providers? How do I budget for an apprentice in my department? Where do I train my managers to be mentors?
Training is available on a regular basis for your members of staff who have been identified as potential mentors for your new apprentices.
Traineeships can also be made available to young people who are not yet ready to undertake an apprenticeship. Learn how your department can positively influence their future careers and benefit from fresh talent.
Stay on top of the demands of your apprenticeships by following these top tips, from current managers and apprentices, straight to you!
Are you ready to begin the recruitment process? Here are the templates you need to guide you along the way.