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Pathway Apprenticeships

New training opportuities for school leavers.

If you've recently left school, are unemployed and not receiving benefits, a Pathway Apprenticeship could help you to prepare for the world of work. You'll gain an industry-recognised qualification and accelerate your progression into future employment or further apprenticeship opportunities.

  • It’s delivered by learning providers, such as colleges, in partnership with employers
  • You’ll gain knowledge, skills and experience through a series of practical activities, including industry projects and work placements
  • The apprenticeship lasts up to 26 weeks (36 weeks for engineering) and can be extended up to 52 weeks if you are care experienced or disabled
  • You’ll get a £100 weekly allowance
  • Following successful completion, you will have gained a qualification and valuable insight and experience of the world of work

To find out more visit our page -> Here or contact your local Skills Development Scotland office.

Further information and contact details

Street Address: Skills Development Scotland, 1-5 Church Street, Inverness, Highland, IV1 1DY

Telephone: 01463 382990


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