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About Berkshire

Berkshire is one of the home counties in England. It was recognised by the Queen as the Royal County of Berkshire in 1957 because of the presence of Windsor Castle, and letters patent were issued in 1974. Berkshire is a county of historic origin, a ceremonial county and a non-metropolitan county without a county council. The county town is Reading.

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Discover your ideal apprenticeship in Berkshire from GetMyFirstJob that’s right for you.

Apprenticeships are real jobs. And employers respect them. In fact, they think that apprentices are 15% more employable than those with other qualifications. You'll be working alongside experienced people, supporting them and learning from them as you go. Working at least 30 hours a week, you’ll gain most of the training you need in the workplace. But you may also go to a college, training provider, training centre or learn online to gain vital skills and qualifications. All of which are available in Berkshire.

Apprenticeships are now available in more than 170 industries with many in Berkshire. Respected by employers across the world, apprenticeships lead to a national qualification, with a network of support available to give you all the help you need to do well. It’s also in your employers’ interest to help you succeed. And all your training will be designed with your employer. So you can relax in the knowledge that you’re learning the right stuff to get you ahead.

Apprenticeships in Berkshire are a great way to enjoy a successful start in work, and life. As well as learning the skills and gaining the qualifications you want, you’ll also gain confidence and the chance to learn while earning. All apprenticeships are different, but each one is varied, stimulating and challenging.

What do you need to do now to get apprenticeships in Berkshire?

GetMyFirstJob is all about helping you achieve success. But we recognise that everyone has a different idea of what that means. And everyone will get there in different ways. So, GetMyFirstJob is here to make the choices clear. With GetMyFirstJob, taking the first step to a great future has never been easier.

At GetMyFirstJob we set out to do one thing: help you get your first job. It’s that simple. That meant creating a really useful tool – not just another site full of hard to understand information about your choices, or a jobs website. From Traineeships through to Apprenticeships that may well lead to a foundation degree. We at GetMyFirstJob believe that getting the right support is essential to make the right decision. And with GetMyFirstJob comes a whole new way to do just that.

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  2. Explore your options
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Current Apprenticeships In Berkshire

Considering an Apprenticeship?

There are lots of benefits to apprenticeships, here are our top 5:

  • Paid Training
    Not only will your organisation (or the Government) pay for all of your training, but you’ll be paid to do it. That means you could actually get paid to get your degree and have no debt!
  • Range of career opportunities
    There are over 625 different apprenticeships to choose from, in a range of industries. Whether you’re interested in law, marketing, construction or engineering, you’ll find something up your street!
  • Earn & learn
    As an apprentice, the minimum you’ll earn is £4.30 an hour, but we’ve seen some apprentices earn over £25,000 a year! You could also get other employee benefits like gym memberships, paid holiday and sick pay.
  • Great career prospects
    Employers think apprentices are 15% more employable than those with other qualifications. In fact, many large employers train their graduates and apprentices together!
  • Learn on the job
    There’s only so much you can learn when you just do a qualification. As an apprentice, you’ll also get to learn on the job - whether that’s designing amazing graphics, chopping vegetables or building engines!
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