For students considering an apprenticeship after school or for those who would like to know more about this route, ASK have created a programme of resources which are updated regularly. Students can watch pre-recorded Apprenticeship Awareness Assemblies to learn more from home about the different types of apprenticeships available and the various pathways they may take.
Learn how to find an apprenticeship and set up an account to apply.
The programme also features an Interactive Student Apprenticeship Guide which includes 10 hours of self-directed learning activities.
Duke’s Secondary School are proud to take part in National Apprenticeship Week every February which allows students from all year groups to find out more about this pathway and how it links to their own interests.
Apprenticeship Parents Pack
The latest apprenticeship information & advice for parents, supported by the National Apprenticeship Service is updated monthly in the Amazing Apprenticeships Parents’ Pack.
The Parents’ Pack can be found using the link below and includes information on mental health and wellbeing, understanding buzz words and how to link them to your strengths, CV expectations, employers top tips for applicants and much more!