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National Apprenticeship Week 2022 - Be up-to-date! (All, Years, 7th - 13th Feb 2022)

Updated: Feb 11, 2022

The theme for National Apprenticeship Week 2022 is “Build the Future” as we encourage everyone to consider how apprenticeships can help individuals to develop the skills and knowledge required for a rewarding career, and employers to develop a workforce with future ready skills.


Student Activity Pack

Interested to learn more about apprenticeships?

Here is an interactive activity pack for students to support them in exploring what apprenticeships are, the types of apprenticeships available and the benefits.

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Updated Higher and Degree listing

Ahead of NAW 2022, an updated version of the Higher and Degree apprenticeship listing will be published, featuring more than 100 current vacancies. The new version will be available to download here from Sunday 6th February.


Parents' and Carers' Pack

January's edition of the Parents' & Carers' Pack is now available here, packed full of interesting articles about National Apprenticeship Week 2022, a 10-step apprenticeship plan, T Levels, and an apprentice perspective case study.

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Discover the amazing world of apprenticeships.

A high-impact way to showcase the breadth and variety of apprenticeships.

Apprentices are all around us, often working in surprising roles – watch ‘Apprentices are amazing’ to be inspired to find out more.


Our collection of short Apprentice Story films showcases the breadth and variety of apprenticeships, including Firefighting, Engineering, Broadcasting, Zookeeping and more.


How much do you know about apprenticeships?

Test your knowledge with our fun quiz and learn a little more about what roles are available, when to apply, when companies advertise and what they might be looking for.

Can you get 10/10?


Discover our series of short and engaging films covering 12 school subjects and the many apprenticeship roles they link with.

Each film introduces a range of apprentice roles linked to the subject and outlines some of the tasks you could expect to be doing in each apprenticeship.


  • Science

  • Maths

  • PE & Sport

  • English

  • ICT & Computing

  • History

  • Languages

  • Geography

  • Food & Nutrition

  • Drama

  • Business Studies

  • Art & Design

To discover our full range of subject films, click here.


Listen to “The Parent Perspective”, an exciting new podcast series for parents and carers, helping you to support your child with careers advice and guidance.


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What to find out even more?

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