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Level 2 Public Services Apprenticeship at Royal Navy Apprenticeships

Course description

Royal Navy job roles:

  • Royal Marine Commando
  • Warfare Specialist
  • Seaman Specialist

As a Royal Marine, Warfare Specialist (on the surface and in submarines) or Seaman Specialist, you’ll develop a wide range of transferable skills within the Naval Service.

The Public Services Apprenticeship demonstrates you are fit, work well in a team and have gained valuable competences that make life better for those around you.

Course content

The Royal Navy is increasingly involved in humanitarian work, not just military operations. Your Public Services Apprenticeship will equip you for this vital work, and lead on to Level 3 Leadership and Management training later in your career

Assessment

Level 2 Apprenticeship: Public Services

 

Financial information

Starting salary: £13,377 to £16,681 a year.

Future opportunities

Level 3: Leadership and Management

Further information

You embark on your Royal Navy adventure with ten weeks of basic training at our shore base, HMS Raleigh. You can be sure these 10 weeks will test your mind and body.There will be exams to study for and physical challenges to tackle, but you will also have plenty of opportunities to relax and socialise with your fellow recruits.Not many experiences can match the feeling of marching in your passing-out parade - and the sense of achievement that goes with it.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Royal Navy Apprenticeships directly.

Last updated date: 05 August 2015
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Key information

  • Start date: Throughout the year

Venues

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    • HMS Raleigh is the largest Royal Navy training establishment in the South West, consisting of a 239 acre main site, a maritime training centre on the River Lynher and satellite bases for leadership and team-working exercises on the Rame peninsular and Dartmoor.

      HMS Raleigh is the ‘front door’ for entry into the Royal Navy with ratings of all branches receiving their 10 week Initial Naval Training.

      There are 7 schools on the site that provide training across a spectrum from the Submarine School, to Damage Control and Board & Search – which also train members of the Royal Marines, Royal Fleet Auxiliary and the Royal Navy Reserve.

      On a typical day there are around 2,200 people on site.