An Advanced Level Apprenticeship is equivalent to 2 A Level passes, and usually takes 24 months to complete. Throughout the year 2015 – 2016 there were 144,900 new starts in Advanced Level Apprenticeships.

To be accepted onto an Advanced Level Apprenticeship you must have 5 GCSE qualifications grades A*-C, English and Maths included, or have completed an Intermediate Level Apprenticeship. Many Advanced Level Apprenticeships are competitive, and most applicants possess at least the 5 GCSEs required, some have even completed other level 3 apprenticeships too. Those with existing level 3 qualifications may complete their additional level 3 in less than the specified 24 months.

An Advanced Level Apprenticeship allows you to further your development and broaden the knowledge that you have gained through the Intermediate Level Apprenticeship or your previous academic qualifications.

As with all apprenticeships, an Advanced Level Apprenticeship allows you to earn while you learn. Alongside training on the job, you will gain a Level 3 Competence Qualification, Functional Skills and in most cases, a relevant knowledge-based qualification.

An Advanced Level Apprenticeship will equip you with the skills necessary to allow you to progress in the world of employment, or enrol on a Higher Level Apprenticeship if desired.

Here at Interserve Learning & Employment we offer a wide range of Advanced Level Apprenticeships across the UK in many different industries. View our vacancies here or contact us to enquire about your next steps.