With many different routes into careers, it is important that students and their parents/carers fully understand the options available to them after completing GCSEs and/or A Levels. This page contains information about apprenticeships: what they are, the different levels of apprenticeships, finding the most suitable apprenticeship and how parents can support students in this process.

Please click on the links below from Amazing Apprenticeships for more information.

If you have any further questions about apprenticeships, please do not hesitate to contact the careers team at David Nieper Academy.

Watch this video by Luminate to learn what are apprenticeships and how to apply for them

Latest Apprenticeship Opportunities

If you’re seeking a real-world alternative to university, an apprenticeship with Aon offers the opportunity to earn while you learn and gain practical, hands-on experience while working towards industry-recognised qualifications.

Click here to see all apprenticeship opportunities for 2024

Eon’s 2024 Degree Apprenticeship Scheme applications are now open. There are 6 programs to choose from: Engineering, Project Management, Digital Technology, Environment Specialist, Quality Surveryor & Accountancy & Taxation Professional.

Find out more here.

Click the image to find out how to become a Police Constable through the MET’s Apprenticeship Programme

Find out more here.

BP 2024 UK early career programmes are now open for applications.

Tap the link to read more. 

Apprenticeships on offer include Technology Sales, Software Developer, Junior DevOps Engineer, Test Engineer and Junior Management Consultant.

Register your interest in an IBM apprenticeship.