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There are 2 different types of apprenticeships: frameworks and standards. They cover a wide range of jobs across many industries.
Apprenticeship frameworks are work-related and professional qualifications. Frameworks do not have an end-point assessment.
You can no longer have new starts on an apprenticeship framework. All apprenticeships from 1 August 2020 are apprenticeship standards only.
If you take on a new employee who is continuing on an apprenticeship framework, contact us
Apprenticeship standards show what an apprentice will do and the skills required of them, by job role. The Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education review and approve apprenticeship standards.
Each standard has been developed by a group of employers and sets out the core skills, knowledge and behaviours an apprentice will need for a specific occupation. Apprentices must pass an end-point assessment before completing their apprenticeship.
Choosing an apprenticeship standard
There are different apprenticeship standards for a job role. Find information about different apprenticeship standards.
You can only select a standard that is ‘approved’ by the institute. Not all industries have approved standards yet.
If there is no standard for your apprenticeship, you cannot get government funding for it.
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