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Intermediate Apprenticeships

Intermediate Apprenticeships (Level 2) in England are considered the same level as five GCSE passes and usually take between 12 to 18 months to complete. Your time is split 80% work and 20% study, although this can vary. 

You will study towards an NVQ Level 2 qualification. You will also receive a knowledge-based qualification such as a BTEC Diploma and Certificate. This will be specific to the sector and job role you are an apprentice in.

What qualifications do I need to apply for an English Intermediate Apprenticeship?

Entry requirements for Intermediate Apprenticeships in England vary. Some employers ask for two or more GCSEs, but you may not need any formal qualifications. Don’t have English and maths GCSEs? You will need to take qualifications in these subjects as part of the apprenticeship. 

What are my options after completing a Level 2 apprenticeship? 

After Level 2 in England, you can go on to complete Advanced and Higher Apprenticeships. If the role you want does not need these, you can go on to work and gain more hands-on experience. There may also be other types of training or mentorship schemes available at your place of work. 

Begin an apprenticeship in construction

Construction apprenticeships are a fantastic way to get into the industry. We have all the information here for you to make a start, from what roles are available, to a personality quiz. These will help you find the best type of roles that suit who you are and how you like to work.

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