What is a Degree Apprenticeship?
Designed in partnership with employers, higher-level and degree apprenticeships combine higher education qualifications, work experience and industry-relevant skills to create graduate-calibre individuals within your organisation. Apprenticeships are an excellent way to raise productivity levels, improve staff retention and develop a flexible, highly skilled workforce.
Our apprenticeships will typically take between one and four years to complete, depending on the subject and the prior experience of the apprentice. Apprentices will spend a minimum of six hours of their contracted time a week in off-the-job activities, including on-campus workshops, independent research, and other development associated with their role.
If you're an employee wanting to develop new skills, or an employer looking to recruit or upskill your staff, an apprenticeship could be your solution.
Boost your sales performance and drive business growth with a degree in Business-to-Business Sales.Business-to-Business Sales
Develop exceptional leadership and management skills and earn Chartered status.Chartered Manager
Children, Young People & Families Practitioner
Develop your practitioner skills and work to achieve positive change in the lives of children and families.CYPF Level 4
Children, Young People & Families Manager
Develop your skills to become successful in a managerial role that offers services for children and families.CYPF Level 5
Make your social media, marketing and online strategies more effective with a degree in Digital Marketing.Digital Marketer
This route into policing enables you to receive practical on-the-job learning alongside academic theory while earning a wage.Police Constable
This programme provides the essential knowledge and skills required to thrive in a construction management role.Quantity Surveying
Enhance your strategic performance by developing your Senior Management Team.Senior Leader
Supply Chain Leadership
Maximise and safeguard performance of your entire supply chain with our industry leading degree apprenticeship.Supply Chain Leadership
Systems Thinking Practitioner
Support decision-makers in understanding and addressing complex and sometimes even ‘multi-layered’ problems through expert systemic analysisSystems Thinking Practitioner
Register your interest
Whether you are a prospective apprentice or an employer, let us know which apprenticeships you're interested in and we'll be in touch.Contact us
Good for apprentices
You'll be paid during your apprenticeship and there are no tuition fees to pay.
All costs are covered by your employer and the government, so you get a debt-free university experience.
You will study part-time here at Leeds Trinity, building on your experience in your workplace.
How to apply
You will need to have the support of your employer and you'll usually be employed for at least 30 hours per week.
Get in touch with us, and we'll contact your employer.
If you are not currently in employment or you looking to change direction, you can search live vacancies on the apprenticeship service website, or get in touch with the service directly on:
Good for employers
Our professional apprenticeships are aimed at both new and existing employees, and combine part-time study at Leeds Trinity with workplace training.
Higher-level skills are vital to business performance and economic growth. Through apprenticeships, you can fill your higher-level skills gaps efficiently and effectively by tailoring the learning to your workplace.
- help you attract and retain higher calibre staff
- provide opportunities for existing staff to progress
- develop a more motivated and committed workforce
If you’re an employer with a pay bill of over £3 million each year, you will pay the apprenticeship levy monthly. This is calculated at 0.5% of your pay bill, which must be spent on apprenticeship training within your own organisation and in others through Levy Transfers. Funds in your account receive a 10% top-up from the Government.
Funds are managed through your Apprenticeship Service account. Funds in the account will expire after two years if unused.
Employers who do not pay the apprenticeship levy must create an account with the Apprenticeship Service Account to be able to reserve Government funding for an apprenticeship. This reservation ensures that funds will be available to pay for the training from the point the apprenticeship starts.
Apprenticeship Levy Transfers
Levy paying employers can transfer up to 25% of unused annual levy funds to pay for apprenticeship training in other organisations.
If you are interested in sending or receiving a Levy Transfer contact our Centre for Apprenticeships, Work-based Learning and Skills
To create your Apprenticeship Service Account, please click on the link below:
For more information, contact our Centre for Apprenticeships, Work-based Learning and Skills: