Types of apprenticeships

Level 2 and level 3 Apprenticeships are available in lots of different vocational areas, including:

  • Administration and Management
  • Agriculture and Land
  • Building Services Engineering
  • Construction
  • Creative
  • Engineering
  • Finance
  • Hair and Beauty
  • Health, Social Care, Children and Young People
  • Hospitality
  • IT and ICT Services
  • Leisure and Sport
  • Manufacturing and Processing
  • Motor and Plant
  • Retail and Customer Care
  • Science and Medical Services
  • Services
  • Transport and Distribution
  • Utility and Utility Services

For a full list of Apprenticeship Framework Areas click :

Level 2 Courses

Level 3 Courses

Find the right ApprenticeshipsNI Level 2 or Level 3 course for you here

Over 25? You can still become an apprentice!

You’re never too old to learn new skills, gain qualifications and even change your career! If you are 25 years and over, there are restrictions on the number and types of Level 2 and Level 3 Apprenticeships with funding available.

Level 2 courses for over 25s  

Level 3 courses for over 25s

Higher Level Apprenticeships (Levels 4, 5, 6 & 7)

If you’ve completed A Levels or equivalent, you may be interested in a Higher Level Apprenticeships. Higher level apprenticeships are also ‘work-based programmes’ which enable you to gain a higher qualification such as a foundation degree, degree and even master’s degree. 

Apprenticeships are available in several vocational areas, including:

  • Advanced manufacturing and engineering
  • Agri-food manufacturing
  • Built environment
  • Business and administration
  • Childcare and youth work
  • Civil engineering
  • Finance and accounting
  • Health and social care
  • Hospitality and Tourism
  • ICT
  • Life sciences
  • Transport and logistics

For a full list of the Higher Level Apprenticeship Framework Areas click:

Apprenticeship List

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