What is an apprenticeship?

An apprenticeship is a real job with training which allows you to earn while you learn, whilst gaining a nationally recognised qualification.

Apprenticeships take between one and five years to complete and are available in 1,500 occupations across 170 industries varying from construction to engineering through to IT and the creative and digital sectors.

All of our Apprenticeship vacancies are listed below. If you can't find what you're looking for, don't worry you can register with Highbury Employment Services, who will let you know as soon as a suitable apprenticeship becomes available.

Check out our apprenticeship vacancies below and apply today!




SEE WHAT OUR STUDENTS SAY...

What our students say about engineering at Highbury

"My apprenticeship in accounting has helped me understand where and how particular figures are calculated and how they relate to the overall business accounts. The apprenticeship is great because both myself and the business benefit from the knowledge and confidence I am gaining."

Kelly Phipps | Level 3 Apprenticeship in Accounting

What our students say about engineering at Highbury

"I started at Highbury on a Level 1 course nearly 4 years ago. Highbury has supported me all the way through and helped me find the apprenticeship I am doing now. I love working day-in, day-out with cars and I am getting so much more practical experience – it’s great."

Dawda Kurubally | Level 3 Apprenticeship in Automotive for PETS

What our students say about engineering at Highbury

"Apprenticeships are great because you are getting paid to study. They also give you amazing work experience and sometimes, like in my case, lead on to a full-time job. I absolutely love my job now and I’m so happy I did an apprenticeship!"

Lacey Thornton | Former Apprentice and now working for Honeypot Nursery

What our students say about engineering at Highbury

"My apprenticeship at Airbus is great because I’ve always been interested in engineering and really wanted to get straight into the workplace, make money and actually start building the practical skills I’m going to need later in life. "

Zachary Hall | Engineering Apprentice for the Airbus Defence and Space