Useful resources and links
Improve your skills
Apprentices have technical knowledge and practical experience alongside skills in time management and working with others. If you want to learn how to write reflective accounts and how to reference, you can use the improve your skills resources to help give you a head start.
Understanding student finance can be confusing, you can use the money matters area to help explore the the grants and loans available. There is also specific information for individuals wishing to study on a part-time basis. This information will be updated regularly.
Student Finance is a government guide to financial support available for students.
Application for a higher education
If you want to study a part time higher education course run at a college or university can usually apply direct to the institution. If you want to apply for a full-time higher education course you will need to apply through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS). Advice and information about making an application can be found on the applying to higher education pages.
Find an Apprenticeship
Go to Find an apprenticeship and search for vacancies by keywork, which could include job title or employer name. Make sure you also choose a location or postcode to show you the vacancies in your area. You can also select the Apprenticeship level using the drop down box