Higher apprenticeships: guide for employers
- Skills Funding Agency
- Part of:
- Higher and degree apprenticeships - information for employers and HEIs, Further education and training, and Apprenticeships
- First published:
- 18 November 2014
- Last updated:
- 29 September 2015, see all updates
- Applies to:
Information for employers showing the benefits of higher apprenticeships to their business.
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This guide gives employers the benefits of higher apprenticeships for their business and information on what the apprentice will qualify as after working for them.
Higher apprenticeships offer a work-based learning programme and lead to a nationally recognised qualification at one of the following:
- a level 4 and 5 - equivalent to a higher education certificate, higher education diploma or a foundation degree
- a level 6 - equivalent to a bachelor degree
Over 40 different subjects are currently covered, representing hundreds of job roles.
For a list of higher apprenticeships frameworks available, please visit the apprenticeship frameworks online website.
To find out more on becoming an apprenticeship employer please fill out the enquiry form or call 08000 150 600.
Published: 18 November 2014
Updated: 29 September 2015
- Updated guide.
- First published.