If you are interested in becoming an electrician an apprenticeship can offer you a great way of achieving your goal. Apprenticeships are work-based, government funded, training programmes for people aged 16 and over that lead to a nationally recognised qualification.
Apprenticeships are suitable for you if you are just starting out in your career, or if you have been working for some time in the sector and want to get formal qualifications. They are also suitable for you if you have been working in a different sector and you are looking to change careers.
JTL is one of the largest work-based learning providers in England and Wales working with over 3,800 businesses from large corporations to small local suppliers. We currently work with 8,000 learners and train more apprentices than anyone else in the building services engineering sector.
We are helping thousands of people in England and Wales to launch exciting careers as electricians in the building services engineering sector through our electrical engineering apprenticeship course.
We offer a range of benefits for both apprentices and their employers.
**Once you have completed 3 months of your apprenticeship.
Fully qualified electrical apprentices can progress into roles such as supervising an apprentice, other supervisory roles, project management, owning and managing their own business, advanced engineering design and planning, teaching or training others.
As a fully qualified electrician you can go on to earn over £32k per year (£32,540)*
*Source: Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings 2021 complied by the Office of National Statistics (ONS). Data is published annually in November.