NSS provides Modern Apprenticeships – where you can learn on the job, receive invaluable practical experience and work towards an industry-recognised vocational qualification – and get paid for it.
A Modern Apprentice is:
- Someone who is employed
- Someone who is learning on the job
- Someone earning a wage from day one
- Someone working towards an industry-recognised qualification
If you're aged 16-24, your company can get help to pay for your training costs. You can start a Modern Apprenticeship if you've reached the Scottish statutory minimum school leaving age (external link) - for most people, that's 16.
Find out more about modern apprenticeships with NSS. Contact NSS.WFRS@nhs.net