Apprenticeship Provider in London
Specialising in Childcare Apprenticeships, Teaching Assistant Apprenticeships, Nursery Apprenticeships, Business Admin Apprenticeships & Customer Service Apprenticeships
Way2Work is a professional UK based Apprenticeship training provider offering apprenticeship vacancies and full-time job opportunities for young people aged 16-24 with local employers who value and encourage them to achieve their full potential.
The Way2Work service has been successfully supporting young people to find apprenticeship vacancies and achieve their Apprenticeship qualifications for over 25 years. Fully funded by the Education Skills Funding Agency we deliver Traineeships, Intermediate, Advanced and Higher Apprenticeships on behalf of the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames.
Way2Work operates as part of Achieving for Children; a community interest company providing children's services to the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames the Royal Borough of Kingston and now the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead. This innovative company model provides better social, educational and community outcomes for children across the two boroughs.
What do we do?
- We provide a high quality apprenticeship recruitment service which helps employers recruit suitable young people who are willing to learn.
- We provide high quality Traineeships and Apprenticeship vacancies which develop work skills and prepare young people for career success.
- We provide Functional Skills support, teaching and examinations as part the Apprenticeship framework or standard.
Way2Work also provide bespoke employability skills training workshops, careers guidance and individually tailored workplace support programmes.
Our Apprentices are involved in a huge variety of job roles within the public and private sectors including: finance, building control, social services, child protection, youth services, electoral services, schools, housing, revenues and benefits, corporate travel management, car sales, marketing, graphic design, grounds keeping, sales and distribution, human resources, day nurseries, payroll, P.A roles and many more.
Specialists in public sector youth employment strategy, recruitment, Apprenticeships and Traineeships, Way2Work are recognised as one of the UK's best centres for apprenticeship recruitment, guidance and training.
For a list of all our Apprenticeship vacancies click here or Jobs at the top of this page.
They provide the essential work preparation training, including maths and English support plus the industry specific work experience needed to gain a full-time Apprenticeship or other job.
Benefits of a Traineeship
Way2Work are looking for young people aged 16-24 to participate in our Traineeships programme. If you would like a fantastic work experience placement to develop your work skills call us now to discuss this unique opportunity on 020 8734 3380.
Meet the Way2Work team
New Bonus Payments for employers hiring an apprentice
Last week the Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced a “brand new bonus” for employers to hire apprentices. The scheme that will run over the next six months, starting from August, and running until to January, is for any company that hires an apprentice. If an organisation hires a new apprentice aged between 16 and 24 they will receive a £2,000 bonus from the government. For those companies that hire new apprentices aged 25 and over the bonus will be £1,500. Key points regarding payments: Employers must not have employed the apprentice within the six months prior to the apprenticeship contract start date. There is no limit on the number of incentive payments, and payment will be made directly to employers in two equal instalments. The employer will need to claim the incentive payment online. The current £1,000 payment for hiring a 16 to 18-year-old, remains in place.
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