The apprenticeship programmes currently available for those employed in England can be viewed in the list below.
These programmes have various start times throughout the year, predominantly in Spring and then Autumn. A bespoke delivery cohort may be possible dependent on employee numbers from your organisation.
Hearing Aid Dispenser Apprenticeship
This apprenticeship is approved by the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC), and allows successful apprentices to work under the protected title of ‘Hearing Aid Dispenser’
Chartered Manager Degree Apprenticeship (CMDA)
Apprentices will learn to lead projects, teams and operations, working towards and delivering on long term organisational goals. This apprenticeship prepares learners for professional managerial roles, and teaches finance, marketing and strategy.
Cyber Security Technical Professional Integrated Degree Apprenticeship
Apprentices will learn to lead cyber security research and analytical teams and instruct on how to manage risks, and design and develop secure solutions. Apprentices will also have access to DMU's specialised computer labs and expert academics in the field.
Digital and Technology Solutions Professional Degree Apprenticeship
This apprenticeship offers five unique specialisms, from cyber security analyst to network engineer, providing detailed knowledge in computing that fits the wider business world.
Embedded Electronic Systems Design and Development Engineer Degree Apprenticeship
Relevant to a wide range of industries such as Robotics, Aerospace, Automotive and Defence, this apprenticeship covers electronic and embedded software expertise and teaches apprentices how to design reliable, safe and cost-effective circuits and devices.
Nursing Degree Apprenticeship
The BSc [Hons] Nursing with NMC Registration Apprenticeship is a work-based training programme which will enable learners to train to become a graduate level 1 Registered Nurse in one of four fields of nursing practice (Adult, Child, Mental Health or Learning Disability) through an apprenticeship route.
Paramedic Degree Apprenticeship
This apprenticeship has been developed to provide a contemporary and evidence-based approach to gaining registration as a Paramedic.
Police Constable Degree Apprenticeship (PCDA)
This apprenticeship is one of only three entry routes in to policing from 2020, and entrants via this route will be non-degree holders who apply and are recruited by the police as Police Constables prior to commencement of this apprenticeship.
Advanced Clinical Practice Degree Apprenticeship (ACP)
This apprenticeship will support experienced clinicians to combine expert clinical skills with research, education and clinical leadership within their scope of practice.
Architect Degree Apprenticeship
The Leicester School of Architecture (LSA) has a strong history of developing emerging architectural specialists and will challenge the apprentice to discover or develop a personal stake in the architectural world.
Postgraduate Engineer Apprenticeship
The Postgraduate Engineer Apprenticeship will enable learners to operate effectively and efficiently at a high level, and demonstrate strong analytical, synoptic and integrative abilities within a range of engineering sectors.
Senior Leader Apprenticeship
Apprentice roles can include those in senior/significant positions in an organisation, and the learning focuses on creating direction and vision, strategic and change management, as well as identifying market trends and longer-term opportunities and risks.
To find out more about Higher and Degree Apprenticeships see our FAQs and guides for employers or see our case studies.
If you are an apprentice looking for more information see our FAQs for apprentices or find out more about our apprenticeship programmes in development.
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