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Warehousing Apprenticeship at Warrington & Vale Royal College

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The world is changing fast and to get ahead these days you need to have some top notch skills. But you don’t need to sit in a classroom all day to get them. An Apprenticeship is a real job with training so you can earn while you learn and pick up some recognised qualifications as you go. If you live in England, are over 16 and not in full time education you can apply. They take between one and four years to complete and cover 1,200 job roles, in a range of industries, from things like engineering to financial advice, veterinary nursing to accountancy.

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Employers really value Apprenticeships. They know if you have one that you’ve got the skills (to pay the bills!) so you’ll shoot through the ranks and your career will progress rapidly. You’ll feel the rewards in your pockets too. People with an Advanced Level Apprenticeship earn, on average, over £100,000* more than those without, over the course of their career. From then on, the world is your oyster. You can collect UCAS points, study for Technical Certificates, go on to higher education at college or uni or carry on working, get promoted and take on the world! There are 3 types of Apprenticeship you can apply for depending on your current skills and qualifications: • Intermediate Level Apprenticeship (level 2)• Advanced Level Apprenticeship (level 3) • Higher Apprenticeship (level 4 or above)


Your employer provides your ‘on the job’ training and pays your wages. You will work alongside them and learn from some of the best in the business. A learning provider is usually a college or training organisation who look after the rest of your training. You can complete this ‘off the job’ training on day release or over a number of days in a block. Your Apprenticeship will cover all bases; the hands on experience and the training in all other aspects of the job, so you’ll be the complete article!

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Your employer provides your ‘on the job’ training and pays your wages. You will work alongside them and learn from some of the best in the business. A learning provider is usually a college or training organisation who look after the rest of your training. You can complete this ‘off the job’ training on day release or over a number of days in a block. Your Apprenticeship will cover all bases; the hands on experience and the training in all other aspects of the job, so you’ll be the complete article!

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You can apply for this course through UCAS Progress. Add this course to your favourites so you can start making an application.

Last updated date: 17 February 2016
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    • By Rail: Anyone travelling by train should disembark at Central Station in Warrington. Our Winwick Road Campus is around a 20 minute walk along the A49 (you will pass the Warrington Wolves RLFC stadium and the Tesco supermarket on your left).

      By Bus: Warrington & Vale Royal College is easily accessible by bus from the town centre and nearby Cheshire districts. Bus numbers* 19, 20, 21, 22 from the Warrington Bus Station to Winwick Road Campus.

      *Please note bus numbers are subject to change.