Christie Delaney, PwC Consulting Apprentice
Introduction: hear what our apprentices have to say.
Krishaan started his Higher Apprenticeship after completing a degree and having several other jobs, before deciding on a change of career.
Gideon applied for university, but decided uni wasn’t for him and started a Higher Apprenticeship instead.
Charlotte started her Higher Apprenticeship straight after school, having finished her A-levels.
Alfie started his Higher Apprenticeship after completing his A-levels.
Luke applied for university to keep his options open, but couldn’t turn down the offer of starting a Higher Apprenticeship.
Amy explains how she wanted to do something different, so a Higher Apprenticeship seemed right for her
Christie always thought that the only route to professional services was through a graduate scheme
Jahingir talks about how he feels part of the team as a higher apprentice
Ryan explains how a Higher apprenticeship is helping him kick start his career early
An Apprenticeship is a mix of real work and learning. Apprentices earn a wage and get experience whilst working towards a number of qualifications. Apprenticeships are available at Intermediate, Advanced and Higher levels. Higher Apprenticeships are designed to meet employers’ needs at level 4 or above, and include qualifications at a level equivalent to Higher Education.
What is an Apprenticeship framework?
There are a number of elements to each Apprenticeship and this is called the framework. Each Apprenticeship framework has three main strands:
The three strands are sometimes accompanied by additional qualifications to give the most relevant skills and knowledge required for the job.
Why choose a Higher Apprenticeship?
Choosing a Higher Apprenticeship will give you: