Level 4 apprenticeships, alongside Level 5 apprenticeships, are known as higher apprenticeships. If you’ve already completed A Levels or a Level 3 apprenticeship, an apprenticeship Level 4 is the perfect way to progress your career.
There are a wide variety of different apprenticeships available at Level 4, from Level 4 software apprenticeships, to Level 4 IT apprenticeships. Here at Estio, we specialise in the Digital & Technology industry, and these are the Level 4 apprenticeships we have on offer:
As always, entry requirements for Level 4 apprenticeships will vary depending on the employer and training provider that you apply through. Most Level 4 apprenticeships will require you to have Level 3 qualifications, such as a Level 3 apprenticeship, A Levels, a BTEC or an NVQ. However, you might also be allowed to do an apprenticeship Level 4 if you have relevant experience, or are retraining.
A Level 4 apprentice will spend time working with their employer and the rest of their time studying toward the qualification. Every apprenticeship is different, and there will be a variety of different projects for you to get involved with depending on the type of apprenticeship and the business you are working for.
Estio is a leading provider of digital and technology apprenticeship programmes, offering a comprehensive apprenticeship course informed by industry expertise, and delivered remotely to ensure enough flexibility for your apprentice’s needs to be suited. Our Level 4 apprenticeships allow learners to receive a wage while they study, developing their skills in a real working environment. We’re pleased to offer a range of Level 4 apprenticeships, including Level 4 IT apprenticeships and level 4 marketing apprenticeships.
To complete your apprenticeship Level 4 , apply for an apprenticeship with Estio. You will be asked to submit a CV and answer some questions, and then will be asked to go for an interview.View Jobs
A Level 4 apprenticeship equivalent is the first year of an undergraduate degree, or a Higher National Certificate (HNC).
The length of your Level 4 apprenticeship will depend on your employer, but higher apprenticeships can last anywhere between one and four years.
Level 4, or higher apprenticeships, are definitely worth it. Whether you are studying for a marketing apprenticeship Level 4, or a Business Analyst Level 4 qualification, you will have the opportunity to earn while you learn. This qualification will make you highly employable, and will provide you with many options for your future career.
Apart from commuting costs and the costs of, say, lunch while you’re working, an apprenticeship is completely free – the Apprenticeship Levy will cover all of your fees, and you’ll be paid to study.
I couldn’t recommend Estio Training enough for their delightfully helpful, hands-on team, who made my journey in finding my next career venture feel like such a completely stress-free and pleasant experience.
From the offset, Estio have demonstrated commitment, professionalism and expertise and it is a pleasure working with them. We’re confident that our colleagues enrolled with Estio have an invaluable learning experience and we look forward to the future as we continue to work with Estio to deliver apprenticeships in the digital space.
Estio developed a Data Technician programme to match our requirements for an Excel based programme. They’ve been very supportive in our growing needs and we look forward to continuing the partnership.
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