PR Apprenticeships

Employers

The average Apprenticeship increases business productivity by £214 per week, with these gains including increased profits, lower prices and better products. Find out how PRCA Apprenticeships can help your bottom line.

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Learners

Apprenticeships give you the opportunity to work for a real employer, earn a real salary and gain a real qualification whilst gaining valuable workplace skills and experience.

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An Apprenticeship is a way for young people and adult learners to earn while they learn in a real job, gaining a real qualification and a real future. Hiring apprentices helps businesses to grow their own talent by developing a motivated, skilled and qualified workforce.

Quality is key to Apprenticeships – PRCA provides high quality training that benefits both apprentices and employers.

There has never been a better time to employ an apprentice, or start an Apprenticeship.

Employer Focus

Looking for an Apprentice:

EDUCATION, EDUCATION, EDUCATION a blog post by former PR Apprentice, Dani-Lee McCarthy. Since completing her PR Apprenticeship in 2013, Dani-Lee has just been promoted to Account Executive at Nelson Bostock. Hyperlink here: http://www.nelsonbostock.com/education-education-education/

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PRCA TV - Apprenticeships in the News

Jessica Kirby talks about winning the Higher Apprentice of the Year Award 2013, and being given a full time job at Cirkle PR

Lydia has now been given a full time job at Tala PR, where she carried out her apprenticeship. "I've developed so much just from learning from everyone at Tala."

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