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Whether you have just left school or college, or are looking to upskill in your current
career, our IT apprenticeships give you all the vital industry experience you need to succeed
in your chosen field of expertise.
At Estio we don’t just teach, we train. And we’re proud of the high-quality training our
apprentices receive. All our apprenticeships are delivered by our team of in-house trainers
who are experts in their field with years of industry experience.
We offer apprenticeships from Level 3 to Level 7 across the following disciplines:
You’ll be supported by our dedicated recruitment team from start to finish.
We’ll help you find your first employer, matching your skills to an available role that suits you.
Apprenticeships are the perfect way to further develop your knowledge and professional skills without compromising your career or personal commitments. Train around your existing role, supported by one-to-one support and mentoring.
Our virtual classrooms and interactive training platform bring the latest learning technologies into lessons. Discussion breakout rooms, interactive shared whiteboards, and chat boxes let you communicate and engage with your trainer and classmates in real-time.
Harnessing the power of variety to keep you engaged, we revitalise the traditional classroom approach to lessons with two-way microlearning modules, quizzes, videos, and more – even giving you the opportunity to take over lessons yourself.
And for that bit extra, our leading virtual learning environment offers enhanced learning through self-paced study to enrich the knowledge and skills you gain.
Our onboarding team set you up with everything you need for your apprenticeship. Meet your dedicated Progress Management Co-ordinator, get your training schedule and access your online portfolio ready to go
Trainer-led online sessions let you interact with your trainer and classmates in real time. Enrich your knowledge with self-paced extra study on our leading Virtual Learning Environment, and every 4 weeks catch up with your Progress Management Co-ordinator for one-to-one support.
Prepare for your End Point Assessment with our dedicated completions team. Perfect your portfolio, practice for your professional discussion and get a glowing employer reference that will wow your assessor.
Take the next step with your new knowledge and skills. Continue into employment, get a promotion or go on to further study.
If you have a concern that requires pastoral care. For example, the movement of a deadline and rescheduling training. You can contact your Progress Management Co-ordinator who will be assigned to support you throughout your apprenticeship programme.
For any concerns that relate to your health and wellbeing, equality & diversity or Prevent based concerns. You can contact your local safeguarding officer by telephone. That are signposted within your digital handbook. Or email, email@example.com.
The time shares of training and working for your employer is dependent on which apprenticeship programme you partake. As our programmes differ in length and module content.
But on all programmes, it is required that all learners spend a minimum of 20% of this their time on the programme Off-The-Job (OTJ) training.
OTJ training can be in the form of training at Estio, shadowing others at work, learning at work through research articles & videos, spending time on the VLE, and revising.
You can document your OTJ training on your e-portfolio. Which will enable you to calculate if you have reached 20% or need to spend more time training.
Please bring a form of identification. Such as a passport, or drivers’ licence. As well as GCSE certificates you have.
We use BKSB tests to determine your current level of knowledge. To assess if you need further support with English and Maths.
All learners who come on an apprenticeship program with Estio must be working at level 2 in English and maths, even if you have passed your GCSEs. We need to see what level you are currently working at.
English, Maths, ICT, and some knowledge of Sustainability are desirable.
If you do not have GCSEs in Maths and/or English at C grade + or cannot find your certificates, we are able to check the learner record services. To let us see if there is a prior learning record available for you.
If we cannot find any evidence of your prior learning record, we will put you onto Functional Skills training.
You will receive your training schedule within one, working week from booking the induction.
We provide laptops to the learners that are not supplied with one from their employer. Along with a keyboard and mouse if needed.
Microsoft Office and other licenses should be provided by the employer of the learner.
If a learner has DSE requirements this should be discussed fore mostly with their employer.
As a part of your OTJ training you will be encouraged to work on projects that help with your CPD. For example, shadowing a colleague to address your transferable skills. This is so that you progress with your potential.