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We work with all the latest digital standards and create our own bespoke delivery plans which cater to the employer as well as the learner.
All our courses start at various points throughout the year. Our aim is to start the process of onboarding the learner at the start of a month.
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The Top 3 Level 3 Courses at Present

Junior Content Marketer

  • Keyword/Market Analysis

  • Update Website SEO

  • Social Media Marketing Campaign Created

Infrastructure Technician

  • Hardware Maintenance/Troubleshooting

  • Networking Maintenance & Troubleshooting

  • Knowledge Of Up-To-Date Hardware & Software

Software Development Technician

  • Produce Clean, Efficient Code Based On Specifications

  • Verify & Deploy Programs And Systems

  • Troubleshoot, Debug & Upgrade Existing Software

We can deliver Onsite or Remotely online no matter where your learner is, whether at home or in the office.

Digital Marketer

Digital Marketer

A digital marketer will typically be working as part of a team, in which they will have responsibility for some of the straightforward elements of the overall marketing plan or campaign. The marketer will work on marketing briefs and instructions. They will normally report to a digital marketing manager, a marketing manager, or an IT Manager.

Digital Support Technician

The broad purpose of a Digital Support Technician is to maximize the effective use of digital office technologies, productivity software, digital communications, including collaborative technologies, and digital information systems to achieve objectives.
Infrastructure Technician

Infrastructure Technician

An Infrastructure Technician provides support to internal and external stakeholders, helping them to be productive when using technology to do their own jobs, by using tools to problem solve and troubleshoot non-routine problems. The Infrastructure Technician sets people up on systems and provides support when they need it, rectifying issues to maintain the organization’s productivity.
IT Solutions Technician

IT Solutions Technician

IT Solutions Technicians develop, implement, and maintain complete IT solutions, including their hardware infrastructure (such as servers and networks) and software (such as operating systems, middleware, and applications).
IT Technical Salesperson

IT Technical Salesperson

The primary role of an IT Technical Salesperson is to sell a company’s technical products and services. They need good knowledge and understanding of the portfolio of technologies that are available. They work to maintain good relationships with existing clients, gaining repeat business wherever possible from customers both internal and external, UK or internationally.
Junior Content Marketer

Junior Content Marketer

Content Marketers are essential to any creative team. With this apprenticeship trainees will create content that meets clients` needs; whether it’s for digital, social media, broadcast, or print. This way, helping businesses reach their target audience effectively.
Network Cable Installer

Network Cable Installer

The role of the network cable installer is to install, terminate, test, and certify network cable infrastructure components in accordance with National and International industry standards.
Software Development Technician

Software Development Technician

A Software Development Technician typically works as part of a software development team, to build simple software components to be used by other members of the team as part of larger software development projects.
Unified Communications (until early 2021)

Unified Communications (until early 2021)

The main role of a Unified Communications Technician is to establish and maintain communications systems under supervision. They use a range of remote and physical tools and equipment. They install basic communication hardware and software.

Frequently Asked Questions

How old do I have to be?

Apprenticeships are available to anyone aged 16 and above. The purpose of an apprenticeship is training, therefore its suitability is based on training needs, not age.

People of all ages including 50+ undertake training for their current or new job role. There are particular benefits in the apprenticeship format, which make it one of the most attractive choices for career progression and education. Read more in our comparison of apprenticeships to other types of education and training.

How much time can I spend training?

This is set out in an agreement with your employer. Training can be weekly, monthly, block release or a mixture. You must spend 20% of your time on training activities, some of which is direct contact with your trainer and attendance is required.

You can read about time management for apprentices here.

How do I progress my career using an apprenticeship?

The key to career progress has not changed. You must excel first in your job role so that you can move onto adding even more value in your organisation. The apprenticeship format ensures all your achievements and wins are celebrated and recognised, but it is up to you to make them happen. You should always actively seek out what results are expected from you at work and deliver them. You can read more in our guide on how to build a strong work ethic.

As an apprentice, you receive an increased amount of support with your career aims from Commun-IT, the training provider. You can speak to us about your goals, you can raise concerns, you can ask for assistance and guidance and most importantly, you can learn how to overcome any obstacle in the workplace or in your personal life. A job with no setbacks is a great place to be.

How do I choose which Apprenticeship Standard I should pursue?

Apprenticeship Standards have been designed collaboratively by training providers and employers. They are focused on a set of job roles, all of which require the knowledge, skills and behaviours that the apprenticeship training delivers or prepares you for.

If you answer yes to the below two questions for any particular apprenticeship standard, then you should consider it:

  • Do I want to do this job and progress in this line of work?
  • Do I want to learn these knowledge, skills and behaviours?
How much will I be paid?

The gov.uk website displays the National Minimum Wage for Apprentices as £4.30 per hour as of April 2021, for the first year of employment.

The apprentice wage makes it possible for employers to still give paid job opportunities to unqualified staff. The employer does however, undertake a commitment to spend their own time and resource (both do cost the employer money) to help you get qualified and pass your course.

In your own career development, it is important to gain an understanding of your value as an employee. You must learn to record your results (deliverables) and achievements both quantitatively and qualitatively, as they serve a basis for negotiating your pay and the opportunities made available to you.

If you really are motivated to reach your peak performance, read our article on “Intrapreneurship”.

What are the main benefits of an apprenticeship?
  • You can work, learn and earn, all at the same time. It does not get better than that when it comes to developing yourself in all areas whilst affording sustenance and a social life.
  • You have two expert sources of knowledge. The workplace gives you the real world hands-on view of what that job is like to do and how to be the best. The training provider makes sure you are equipped to grow your knowledge and skills by yourself by understanding the academic basis for everything you are expected to do. Both places also provide additional support and guidance for your personal and career development. Therefore, an apprenticeship is like a launchpad for your future.
  • An apprenticeship has flexibility. You can arrange the sort of training schedule that helps you do well, by agreeing this up front with your employer. They will represent your preferences when they discuss their own preferences with us. You might before to train just a few hours a day rather than a full day for example, so that you get to work everyday too. Much is possible.
  • You can make a lot of friends and build your professional network so that in future, they can connect you with other opportunities. You should aim to earn everyone’s respect and be seen as a genuine worker and team member – you should not be expecting any special treatment, but rather aim to get a proper and real experience of the job. A real experience is what other academic based courses in university for instance, often cannot give you.

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