Add new skills to your workforce
Foundation Apprentices are senior secondary school pupils who’ve chosen to get ahead in their career. They’ll spend time with employers like you, gaining relevant experience in the world of work. It’s good for young people, and good for the future of your business too.
New ideas — young people are great with technology, enthusiastic, flexible, and more responsive to change.
New skills — the training they’ll get equips them with up-to-date knowledge of practices in your industry.
Your future — as your workforce ages you need to identify and nurture future talent.
Create stronger links with education
By working with schools and Argyll College UHI, you can make sure that young people leaving education have the skills and experience they need for your industry. Taking on a Foundation Apprentice helps you to identify the young people with right skills for your organisation. And because Foundation Apprenticeships have been developed in partnership with Sector Skills Councils, the skills and training are highly relevant to your industry.
Interested in taking on a Foundation Apprentice?
Let us know, contact our Schools Link Manager
|COURSE INFORMATION LEAFLETS|
The Scottish IT sector, which includes software
development, telecoms and ICT services,
accounts for 3% of the Scottish economy with
more than 73,000 ICT and digital technology
professionals working directly in IT and in digitaltechnology roles in businesses across Scotland.
Social Services & Healthcare
There are about 200,000 social service workers in