Can learners do higher apprenticeships with a degree?
Learners with existing degrees can apply for higher apprenticeship programmes but their chosen apprenticeship vocation must offer a set of skills that are substantively different. This is so that the learner is not funded twice for the same kind of training. An experienced apprenticeship recruitment service will be able to advertise higher apprenticeship roles and provide a quality shortlist of eligible candidates who meet your criteria.
Lifetime’s dedicated higher level apprenticeship recruitment team are able to actively advertise and produce suitable candidates with the aptitude for higher level study. This specialist service ensures your programmes attract those with the skills and motivation to complete their training and make a tangible impact within your organisation.
What are the higher apprenticeship entry requirements?
The entry requirements for higher apprenticeships vary from sector to sector and the role. Learners will need to be 16 years old or above and do not need any formal qualifications. For some higher programmes, employers may ask for GCSEs (level 4+) in English, maths