You will develop and nurture the skills, knowledge and behaviours of your learners that will launch them into a successful career.
The Apprenticeship Standard aims to develop the professional knowledge, skills and behaviour required for a specific job role. This method of teaching and learning also incorporates on-the-job and off-the-job training and may involve a qualification.
We've included helpful links below describing the key relationships between the apprentice, the employer and the training provider. It takes a consistent and dedicated effort on the part of all three groups to reach the successful completion of an apprenticeship. As the training provider, your role is critical in preparing the apprentice for their End-point Assessment. You will be the one to make sure they have a solid understanding of the technical application of the work they will do every day. This will become the foundation for their future career.
Currently, VTCT has apprenticeships available for Hairdressing, Barbering and Beauty Therapy. More sectors are under development and should be available soon.
Additionally, there are three stages of the Professional Apprenticeship Standards which are known as 1) On-Programme, 2) Gateway and 3) End-point Assessment. Please click on the button below to find out more.