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Hello! This is Flo, editor of Uni's not for me, a future-talent.com partner. We're partners because we share common goals - to find the best possible options out there for young people that are looking at alternatives to uni.
We got pretty excited recently, because we were made aware that a sector that has traditionally required a degree is opening its door to apprentices. The public sector, which is t he part of the economy that deals with providing basic government services, is trialling a range of higher apprenticeships that will allow young people with good A-Levels to get their feet firmly onto the career ladder.
A higher level 4 and 5 apprenticeship within the public sector offers you the chance to do on the job training while gaining qualifications equal to the first or second year of an undergraduate degree. Apprenticeships in project management, leadership and development and human resources are currently being piloted in a range of government departments, including HM Revenue and Customs, the Department for Work and Pensions, the Ministry of Justice and the Home Office.
If a higher apprenticeship in the public sector sounds right up your street, find out more here.
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