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Take your career further with North Wales Training’s Apprenticeship programmes. Developing your skills is essential if you want to get ahead. Apprenticeships are set at different levels to suit your needs and are available in a range of occupational sectors. All our Apprenticeship programmes are work based and delivered with Smart Assessor, making them the ideal way to establish your career.

Smart Assessor is a cloud-based e-portfolio which allows tutors and learners to meet up virtually using smart rooms for online teaching and assessing. Smart Assessor tracks every detail of your journey, thereby getting rid of piles of paperwork at a single stroke.

With the Smart Assessor App you can take photos on smartphones or tablets, make a video or a voice recording to create a really superb record of your achievements. You will also have a complete record of your work to show prospective employers. If you are over 16 already in employment and want to improve your skills, North Wales Training can provide the right apprenticeship to help you develop your skills and career.

To find out more what Apprenticeships North Wales Training offer contact; or call reception on 01492 543431

And look at the;

Individuals Guide to Apprenticeships

Looking for an Apprenticeship vacancy?

Sign up with Careers Wales and check out the Apprenticeship Matching Service for current Apprenticeship opportunities.

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North Wales Training has become one of the most highly regarded private training providers in Wales and if there is anything we could help you with then please don’t hesitate to get in touch. Call us 01492 543431.

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