Foundation Apprenticeships (FA) have been developed to help young people gain valuable, real-world work experience and access work-based learning while they’re still at school.
Whether you want to go to college or university, do a further apprenticeship or go straight into work, a Foundation Apprenticeship can help.
With this work-based learning opportunity you’ll spend time between school, college and with an employer. You’ll contribute to real-life projects in the work place which will complement what you’ll be learning in the classroom and at college.
The qualification takes two years to complete and you undertake a Foundation Apprenticeship alongside your other subjects like National 5s and Highers and it all adds up to an industry-recognised qualification equivalent to 1-2 Highers.
Foundation Apprenticeships are linked to key sectors of the Scottish economy, so you are getting industry experience which will help kick-start a successful career in your chosen field.
Dundee and Angus College is offering 11 Foundation Apprenticeship programmes, starting in 2020 summer term:
- Civil Engineering
- Creative and Digital Media
- Early Learning and Child Care
- Food and Drink
- Health and Social Care
- Networking and Cyber Security
- Science and Technology
- Software & Applications Development
Find out more about Foundation Apprenticeships at www.apprenticeships.scot
Still at school but want to gain real-life work experience? You can get a head start in your future career now with a Foundation Apprenticeship. It counts as one of your subject choices, is the same level as a Higher and gives you valuable work experience.
Find out more about what the college is offering by contacting our Academic Partnerships Team at firstname.lastname@example.org or 01382 834847
You can also speak to your school Guidance Teacher (Dundee schools) or Pupil Care and Support Teacher (Angus schools).