What is an apprenticeship standard?
Standards are made up of a period of training (between 12 months to 60 months), where knowledge is acquired, skills developed and practically applied. Each apprenticeship standard has been developed by employers and the content and end-point-assessment agreed by the employer trailblazer groups. This means they are what the industry wants. Each apprenticeship standard requires a minimum of 20% 'Off the job training' delivered during working hours. We support each employer and apprentice to plan this over the duration of the apprenticeship.
See below for information sheet for our current Apprenticeship Standards, do check back again as we add more.
Our full list of Standards can be found here, Get in touch for further information on any of our Standards.
BEMA delivers the training for these standards: