1. On the Job Training.
The opportunity to gain practical, hands-on experience in your chosen sector is a significant difference between an apprenticeship and an academic one. When it comes to obtaining a job, having the ability to learn these skills in a working setting will set you apart from the competition. When compared to qualifications, experience is highly valued.
2. Make money as you learn.
3. Get your foot in the door of the company you want to work for.
4. Reliable credentials.
5. Collaboration and networking.
Working as an apprentice allows you to meet a wide range of people with relevant industry contacts, both through the company and through training and other apprentices. Developing ties inside the industry is quite beneficial and may be extremely beneficial as you progress in your career.
We at GET understand the value of apprenticeships and why they are an excellent post-secondary career option. For large and small businesses, we specialize in delivery engineering and training programs. Interested? Please do not hesitate to contact a member of the Discover Apprenticeship team by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org or visiting our Twitter page.