Apprentices work and train at the same time so that they can learn the skills and expertise needed for their chosen craft. This involves alternating between off-the-job training (block release) in an education centre and on-the-job training at your workplace. Training for craft apprenticeships takes 4 years, during which time you will spend 3 different periods in off-the-job training.
You begin Phase 1 in the workplace and then move to Phase 2 in an education facility. Thereafter, training alternates between the workplace and an education facility.
The skills you develop will be assessed through assessment of on-the-job competence as well as off-the-job modular assessment and examinations. Once you successfully complete your apprenticeship, you will be awarded a Level 6 Advanced Certificate – Craft (National Framework of Qualifications) awarded by SOLAS. This award is both nationally and internationally recognised
SOLAS is responsible, nationwide, for delivering apprenticeship training in Ireland.
The closing date for applications is Thursday the 30th of September 2021
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