Vision Apprentices is one of the largest and most successful apprenticeship providers in the UK
Last year, we supported 14,000 apprentices into apprenticeships right across the country.
We work with applicants to ensure we select the right person for the job and support our apprentices to achieve and progress in their chosen career.
From the application process, through to completion of your apprenticeship and on to your next steps, we will ensure you’re getting the most out of the experience.
We work with high quality employers and many of our apprenticeships offer an above-average apprenticeship wage
(which can be up to £350 per week)
The support of a £50 million Grade 2 fe college
Vision Apprentices have access to the very best training and state-of-the-art facilities of Vision West Nottinghamshire College.
Training may take place in the classroom, in the workplace or through distance and e-learning – and will ensure all apprentices are equipped with the qualifications and experience employers are looking for.
OUR AWARD WINNING* TEAM WILL BE YOUR GUIDE
Our team will work to get you fully prepared for any roles we match you with, and well never recommend an apprenticeship that isn’t for you.
Our main offices and recruitment team are based in Mansfield, Nottinghamshire in the East Midlands, but we offer apprenticeship recruitment and support for apprentices and employers of apprentices, across England and Wales.
You can speak to a member of our team today by calling 0800 121 8317
* Silver in the ‘college large apprenticeship provision’ category of apprenticeships4England Apprenticeship Awards 2017.
OUR RELATED BUSINESSES
Vision Business, a trading name of West
Nottinghamshire College, is the business development
team that works with employers to identify
apprenticeship opportunities and responds to other
Vision West Nottinghamshire College is committed to
providing and delivering high-quality training across a
range of programmes from entry-level to
university-level; currently providing Further and Higher
Education to 15,000 students.