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Apprenticeships

At Barking & Dagenham College we offer a range of apprenticeships at Intermediate (level 2), Advanced (level 3) and Higher (level 4 and 5) levels.

Take a look at the apprenticeships we can offer. This list is not exhaustive as we bring on new apprenticeships regularly.

Intermediate Apprenticeships

ACCOUNTANCY |  BEAUTY  |  BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION  |  CONSTRUCTION |  CUSTOMER SERVICE   |  FOOD & BEVERAGE  | FOOD & DRINK  |  HAIR  |  HEALTH & SOCIAL CARE  |  HOSPITALITY & CATERING  |  INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY  |  MOTOR VEHICLE  |  PHARMACY  |  SALES  |  SUPPORTED TEACHING & LEARNING

Advanced Apprenticeships

ACCOUNTANCY |  BEAUTY  |  BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION  |  CONSTRUCTION |  CUSTOMER SERVICE  |  DIGITAL LEARNING | EARLY YEARS EDUCATION & CARE  |  ENGINEERING  |  FITNESS INSTRUCTOR  |  HAIR  |  HEALTH & SOCIAL CARE  | INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY  |  LEISURE MANAGEMENT  |  MOTOR VEHICLE  |  SUPPORTED TEACHING & LEARNING  | TECHNICAL THEATRE

Higher Apprenticeships

ACCOUNTANCY |  BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION  |  CONSTRUCTION |  HUMAN RESOURCES  |  LEADERSHIP & MANAGEMENT  | PROJECT MANAGEMENT

How is your apprenticeship structured? 

Your apprenticeship will be carefully structured to ensure it is as valuable as possible for you. It will be made up of four key elements: NVQs, functional skills, employment rights and responsibilities and personal learning and thinking skills.

NVQ: The NVQ is a nationally recognised qualification and training is completed on the job – meaning you’re able to put the skills you learn to the test.

Functional skills: These are essential to working in any job. You’ll develop your English and Maths skills so that you can communicate effectively and use numbers effectively in the workplace.

Employment Rights & Responsibilities: Every apprentice must be able to demonstrate they understand areas such as employer and employee statutory rights, health and safety regulations and equality and diversity procedures.

It’s important to be aware of the rights and responsibilities you have in the workplace. You’ll learn what is and is not acceptable behaviour, and what to do if your rights as an employee are breached.

Personal Learning & Thinking Skills: You’ll develop your creative thinking, reflective learning, team working, organisation and much more.