Apprenticeships NI – your options. Skills Training. Training for Success Training for Success – is delivered through three components and is available to young people aged between 16 – 18 (up to 22 for a young person with a disability).
Training for Success is all about giving young people the tools and the confidence to find work. It focuses on the extra learning that you may need. Once you gain recognised basic skills and qualifications, you are ready to move into the next level of Training for Success, or if you want, into an apprenticeship. ApprenticeshipsNI ApprenticeshipsNI is a Northern Ireland Government funded, work-based training programme, designed by Sector Skills Councils (SSCs)/Standard Setting Bodies (SSBs) to meet the needs of you as an employer. Business representatives from the relevant industry sector work with the SSCs/ SSBs to develop the training content within each occupational area. Apprentices. Course. This apprenticeship is at Level 5 and includes the Accounting Technician Diploma as the main knowledge based component of the framework.
Each apprentice will undergo a specific induction programme (1 week intense) and an online mentoring programme. The apprenticeship aims to provide a structured environment where you will, under the supervision of a qualified mentor, develop the professional values, leadership, technical/functional competencies and the personal and interpersonal attributes that define the role of an accounting technician and chartered accountant. Accounting Technicians Ireland (ATI) is committed to providing training to all company mentors.
This training is being provided to ensure consistency of ‘on the job’ programme standards and quality. Employers are seeking to attract applicants who have a keen interest in Accountancy. In addition applicants must: Year 1 · Financial Accounting · Business Management · Taxation · Law & Ethics Year 2 · Advanced Financial Accounting. Apprenticeships 2018, career opportunities in the electricity industry. Dependent on business need, we recruit apprentices for the following disciplines: Cable jointers - install, connect and repair high and low voltage underground power cables.
The design and construction of these cables is specialised and to work on them you will require a higher skill level than is needed for cables in the general electrical contracting industries. Overhead lines persons - are responsible for the construction, maintenance and refurbishment of the distribution and transmission overhead line network, including tree cutting. Tree cutters - are responsible for the vegetation and tree management programme on our 32,000 kilometres of overhead line network.
Plant maintenance electricians - are responsible for the installation and maintenance of high voltage substations, transformers, switch gear and protection systems that facilitate the delivery of power between our transmission and distribution networks and the customer. Was this information helpful? Early Careers. Higher Level Apprenticeships. If you've completed A Levels or equivalent, you may be interested in a Higher Level Apprenticeship, which offers the opportunity to gain quality training and a recognised higher qualification while in paid employment.
Jump to table of contents Higher Level Apprenticeship qualifications Higher Level Apprenticeships (HLAs) currently offer you qualifications from Level 4 to Level 7 (Masters degree). The majority are at Level 5 (Foundation degree or equivalent). The length of a Higher Level Apprenticeship will vary depending on the programme you chose, but will be a minimum of two years. Benefits to apprentices By taking part in a Higher Level Apprenticeship, you can gain the skills that employers need and that are relevant to the local economy, therefore improving your prospects of good earnings and sustained employment.
Other benefits include: Higher Apprenticeships. My name is Jill Saunders.
I am 19. Where do you work? I work in a Quality Control Laboratory in the primary production facility at Norbrook in Newry. What does the company do? Norbrook is a leading global provider of veterinary pharmaceuticals. What is your role? Apprenticeships. We will not reply to your feedback.
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Apprenticeship Routes Our Apprenticeship Route Map also shows these routes towards an apprenticeship and how they work together. We have also detailed the entry requirements for each route, which will help you to decide which apprenticeship scheme is the most appropriate for you. Programme-Led Apprenticeship The Programme-Led Apprenticeship route will give 16 and 17 year old school leavers (and up to 24 years old for those requiring additional support), the opportunity to gain a full apprenticeship qualification in a chosen skill area.
This route is particularly applicable for those trainees who have yet to secure an employer. The key elements of the Programme-Led Apprenticeship are as follows;