What are Apprenticeships?
The new Apprenticeship standards are worked based training programmes designed by industry experts and delivered by a range of colleges, training providers and universities at your place of work. The Salvation Army apprenticeship scheme aims to promote and maximise the use of apprenticeships, to meet the current and future training needs of the organisation.
By working with external approved training providers, we are able offer a variety of apprenticeship routes, to support your professional development and career progression within the organisation.
Apprenticeships are a great way to learn and earn at the same time and flexible enough to work around your current role and personal circumstances. They are available to existing employees, officers and TE’s and they are also a great way to attract new talent to The Salvation Army in all expressions of mission.
Current apprenticeships available:
Management Apprenticeships with ILM accreditation (Level 3 & 5)
Health and Social Care Apprenticeships (Level 2, 3 & 5)
Business Administration (Level 3)
Early Years (Level 3)
Apprenticeships are all about developing your skills and learning new ways to work.
To be eligible for funding you must be;
• Over 16 years of age
• Living in England or working 50% of your time in England
• An employee, officer or Territorial Envoy
• In new role or able and willing to learn new skills in your current.
If you want to learn more about apprenticeships and discuss what is available and how to apply, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org