It usually takes between one and four years to complete an Apprenticeship depending on which level you take. There are four different levels of apprenticeship, which will equate to different qualification levels, you could even get a degree. The four levels are:
- Level 2 which is the equivalent of GCSE education level.
- Level 3 which is the equivalent of A level education level.
- Levels 4 and 5 are the equivalent to a foundation degree and above.
- Levels 6 and 7 are the equivalent to a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree.
You can start an apprenticeship at any level, however depending on the level some apprenticeships may require previous qualifications. Entry requirements to an apprenticeship will also depend on the employer.
You can find out which NHS organisations are hiring for finance apprenticeships through NHS jobs website here.
The Government also have a dedicated ‘Find an Apprenticeship’ site where training providers post apprenticeship vacancies that may not appear on NHS Jobs.