Shared Apprenticeship Scheme

The Shared Apprenticeship Scheme allows employers to support and benefit from apprentices, even if they are unable to offer them a long term placement

The scheme allows apprentices to complete a full apprenticeship programme by working with a number of different employers, to gain the skill sets they require to become qualified. Those who completes the full three-year apprenticeship will pick up an NVQ Level 3 in their chosen trade. 


Benefits for employers


Find your local scheme

Apprentice bricklayer


Benefits for apprentices


A shared apprenticeship scheme sponsored by CITB and the Welsh Government


“It fitted our organisation because it allowed us to have a group of people working on different trades, for different members of our supply chain.”

Michael Conlon
Construction Director, Conlon Construction


"It gives young people a great opportunity to get a foot on the ladder of working.”

Paul Sumner
Construction Director, Bluetree Civils and Construction


 "The Shared Apprenticeship Scheme has been a brilliant opportunity for me… It’s giving me fantastic skills so that I can build a career for myself.”

Rachel Prescott
Apprentice Painter & Decorator, Calico Interiors


“This opportunity has helped me build a career for the future. Ideally, I either want to start my own company or go into site management.”

Markin Kingthong
Apprentice Joiner, Calico Repairs

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