Apprentice Max Bickley describes how university "wasn't really an option for me", Max wanted to go straight into work and start his career. Max was able to start his career with the assistant practitioner apprenticeship whilst also gaining a university qualification.
Apprentice Billie Anderson talks to us about why the apprenticeship programme was right for her. Billie has a family so she didn't want to go to university full-time. By choosing the apprenticeship, Billie can further her career with a university qualification but also still provide for the family.
Trem Katsourides from the Joint Community Rehabilitation Service in Lewes discusses how the apprenticeship scheme has helped to define her job role more. Trem now has more responsibility at work and she works in different areas now, allowing her to learn more and progress her career.