An apprenticeship is a real job where you learn, gain experience and get paid.
An apprenticeship can be for people starting out on their work life journey at the age of 16, or those looking to change career for a different working life. There is no age limit on an apprenticeship.
Apprenticeships cover 1,500 job roles in a wide range of industries such as social care, engineering, veterinary nursing and accountancy.
You can search and apply for apprenticeship opportunities at Brent Council or within the borough.
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Who can apply?

You can apply for an apprenticeship if you’re:
  • over 16 years of age
  • living in England
  • not in full-time education
  • have the right to work within the UK
You can apply for an apprenticeship while you’re still at school, as long as you’re 16 by the end of the summer holidays.

What does an apprenticeship at Brent Council look like?

Our apprenticeship schemes at Brent Council are just one of the valuable ways we grow our own talent within the council.
If you choose an apprenticeship with us, from interview to induction through to completion, we hope that you will feel supported throughout your time on the Apprenticeship scheme at Brent.
You will have regular meetings with your manager and training assessor and attend network events to enable you to catch up with other apprentices.
We want to ensure our future employees gain the work experience and training required to gain a nationally recognised qualification.
There will be:
  • On the job training.
  • A training assessor to ensure all work learning is captured.
  • An end point assessment at the end of your scheme.
  • Competitive salary and benefits.
  • An opportunity to apply for a role in Brent Council.

Levels of apprenticeship

There are various apprenticeship schemes available from Level 2 to level 7. Apprenticeships have equivalent educational levels.
Name  Level Equivalent Education Level
Intermediate   2  GCSE
 Advanced  3 A level 
 Higher  4,5,6 and 7 Foundation and above 
 Degree  6 and 7 Bachelor’s or master’s degree 

How long does an apprenticeship take?

An apprenticeship is a minimum of 12 months (372 days) and can go up to 60 months depending on your previous qualifications and the level of scheme that you start on.

What qualifications do I need to start an apprenticeship?

This is dependent on the Apprenticeship. Further information is available on the Institute of Apprenticeship website.

Apprenticeship Levy Transfer

For more information about how busisness can apply for the councils Levy fund for apprenticeship training please visit:

What are you waiting for? Apply today and see where an apprenticeship in Brent could take your career.

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