Hampshire Achieves delivers apprenticeship training across Hampshire County Council corporate departments and Hampshire Community (maintained) schools.
Our team of experienced tutors design high quality engaging apprenticeship programmes that deliver career and personal development benefits to the learners and support The Council to continue to deliver its high-quality services to its residents and stakeholders.
The curriculums develop the knowledge, skills, and behaviours that learners need to take advantage of the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences that prepare them for their next stage in education, training, or employment.
Apprenticeship training and assessments are fully funded by The Apprenticeship Levy.
Our key aim is to provide staff with high quality training programmes which support their career development and ambitions. We enable staff to develop skills and grow knowledge, all whilst supporting professional behaviours which are integral to Hampshire County Council’s core values.
Apprenticeship training duration is a minimum of 12 months and takes on average 15 months, with an additional 2-3 months preparing for the End Point Assessments (EPA).
Training is, on average, once a month, alternating with online MS Teams classes and classroom delivery. All apprentices receive additional 1-1 support from the tutor and the training plan is bespoke and tailored to individual needs. Tutors give timely, clear and concise feedback that will support, stretch and challenge the learners. Regular reviews ensure the apprentice is well supported and on track to achieve. Hampshire Achieves ensures the employer and line manager are fully involved in the apprentices journey.
The apprenticeship has given me a greater depth of knowledge and understanding of the role of school business professional. The course has enabled me to work at a higher standard with a greater understanding. The content is workplace based and has a real relevance in my daily role, nothing feels like a tick box exercise. I have more confidence; a greater understanding and there has been a real impact on my professional development and the work that I do. The quality of teaching is of a high standard and accessible.
Maths and English
For Level 2 Apprenticeships and above, learners are required to have achieved a minimum GCSE C-grade / Grade 4 in maths and English. Where learners do not have these qualifications, our Functional Skills team will support learners to achieve Functional Skills Level 2 in maths and/or English.
I just wanted to say the biggest thank you for your hard work, support, patience and understanding for getting this old and tired thing finally through their maths! I'm so chuffed that this time around had a positive outcome, it's a massive weight off my shoulders. I really appreciated your support both before and after the exam, I think that really helped.
The range of apprenticeships
- NCFE Level 3 Residential Childcare Diploma Level 3 (England)
- NCFE Mentoring Level 2: If you're interested in becoming a mentor to support apprentices or as a professional development opportunity, we offer mentoring training and qualifications. For more information email [email protected]
All Apprenticeships, Higher Technical Qualifications, and T Levels are based on occupations recognised by employers. The Occupational Maps bring these together to show where technical education can lead. There are 15 maps, one for each route.
They help employers and individuals to understand routes for progression and how occupations at different levels link together. Find out more about Occupational Maps.
I would recommend a customer service apprenticeship to anyone looking to have a career in this sector. The content is relevant and can be applied to so many different situations. Tutors are flexible, encouraging and with you every step of the way. The apprenticeship has given me skills and knowledge that are highly transferable to other roles.
For more information about apprenticeships, email the Apprenticeship Team: [email protected]