Welcome to apprenticetips.com

ApprenticeTips.com is dedicated to bringing you the latest information about approved apprenticeship standards in the UK. We offer tips and advice on preparing for end-point assessment for both apprentices and employers.

Apprenticeships UK – An Overview

As of the beginning of March 2020, there are 532 approved apprenticeship standards. This number is growing with a further 117 standards currently being developed. Apprenticeships in the UK are categorised into the following routes:

  • Agriculture, environmental and animal care
  • Business and administration
  • Care services
  • Catering and hospitality
  • Construction
  • Creative and design
  • Digital
  • Education and childcare
  • Engineering and manufacturing
  • Hair and beauty
  • Health and science
  • Legal, finance and accounting
  • Protective services
  • Sales, marketing and procurement
  • Transport and logistics

The plan will be to refine these routes into occupational maps that define clear progression opportunities within each sector. This will further clarify the types of occupational roles and technical qualifications that allow for professional progression within the workplace.

Information we provide

We regularly review apprenticeships approved by the UK Government and communicate the latest information on these. ApprenticeTips.com aims to help candidates applying for apprenticeships; apprentices who are currently employed and undertaking an apprenticeship training programme; employers and training providers looking for information on apprenticeships approved in the UK.

apprenticeships uk key information

We provide overviews of approved apprenticeships and key information required to prepare for independent end-point assessment. Whilst many of the approved apprenticeships follow a similar format, it is essential to be informed on how all elements of end-point assessment work for any apprenticeship that you are interested in. An example of this would be for the digital industries apprenticeships, you need to understand the level of detail provided in the occupational brief. As a result we will ensure that these are maintained until the current digital industries offerings are reviewed and the format changes.

This site also gives apprentices who would like to contribute, a voice to publish online content in relation to their experience of working as an apprentice in the UK. If you would like to discuss this and share your ideas and experience of working as an apprentice in the UK, please get in touch.