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Trackers: the apprentice programme

How to apply for an apprenticeship 

All applications for apprenticeships taught at Highlands College or with other providers can be made through a single application gateway.

Apply for an apprenticeship online

How Trackers works

Trackers is the island-wide apprenticeship programme providing a mentoring service and course cost funding for recognised qualifications undertaken at Highlands College and other on-island and distance providers.

Maximum cost of subsidy for a course is £1600 per academic year. Any costs over and above this will need to be met by the apprentice or employer.

Trackers mentors

Every apprentice is allocated a dedicated, qualified mentor to coach, support and guide apprentices through their apprenticeship.

Mentors will:

  • regularly meet one to one with apprentices 
  • act as an independent ‘listening ear’ for the apprentice
  • provide support by facilitating performance reviews and appraisals with apprentices and employers
  • help develop things such as teamwork, communication and inter-personal skills
  • liaise between employers, apprentices and tutors

Mentors use recognised coaching and mentoring techniques with the aim of:

  • maximising performance at work and college
  • supporting the apprentice and employer to maintain good relations & thereby improve productivity
  • challenging and developing apprentices’ abilities to help them reach their full potential
  • providing impartial support to the apprentice 

Apprenticeships supported

  • beauty therapy
  • brewing
  • bricklaying
  • childcare
  • civil engineering
  • culinary
  • cyber security
  • dental nursing
  • electrical
  • green keeping
  • hairdressing
  • health and social care
  • management
  • motor vehicle
  • painting and decorating
  • plumbing
  • retail
  • veterinary nursing
  • welding
  • wood occupations
 


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