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An Apprenticeship is a work-based training programme designed around the needs of employers, which leads to nationally recognised qualifications for the apprentice. This training is flexible and is predominantly ‘on-the-job’ so it takes place on your premises. Learning providers (such as an FE College or a training provider) can help, or you can deliver everything yourself. An Apprenticeship will ensure that your apprentice is properly trained to perform the job you need them to do and you can potentially receive government funding.
Anyone, from a school-leaver looking to enter the workplace to an existing employee who wants to progress in their chosen career. An Apprenticeship is a great way to motivate your staff and enable them to take on more tasks and responsibilities. “One in five employers is hiring more apprentices to help them through the tough economic climate.” – National Apprenticeship Service website
Have you considered hiring an apprentice or investing in an Apprenticeship for an existing member of staff?
If there is an NVQ that you are interested in but we do not currently
offer please contact us and we may be able to meet your needs.
National Vocational Qualifications (NVQs) are designed to demonstrate a
learner’s occupational competence.
They are usually delivered in the workplace, although some sectors and
levels may be delivered in settings that replicate the working environment
if this is explicitly stated by the relevant Sector Skills Council or
Standards Setting Body.
Our NVQs are based on the National Occupational Standards, which define
the skills, knowledge and understanding needed to do a particular job.
National Occupational Standards are set by Sector Skills Councils or
Standards Setting Bodies in consultation with the sector. This means that
our NVQs are designed to meet the changing needs of your area of work.
National Occupational Standards are statements of performance which
describe what competent people in an area of work should be able to do.
This may include:
1 – The knowledge and understanding that underpin competent performance
2 – Current best practice
3 – The standards required for competence
NVQs give many people the opportunity to work and achieve a qualification
at the same time. They are usually studied part-time and can be taken as a
stand-alone qualification, or as part of an Apprenticeship.
NVQs and competence-based qualifications offer proof that you can do a job
to the required standard. They are offered at different levels, ranging
from 1 to 7 depending on the sector. This means you can study at the level
thatâ€™s right for your job role and level of experience, and progress
NVQs are outcome-based with no fixed learning programme, giving centres
the flexibility to deliver the course to meet each individual
Your assessment is based on the practical activity you undertake in the
workplace and a portfolio of evidence to show that you meet occupational
standards. A qualified assessor will observe you while youâ€™re at work
and question you to test your knowledge and understanding.
NVQs are assessed internally, with all internal assessment quality assured
by qualified external verifiers.
NVQs are designed to enhance your promotion prospects by allowing you to
learn and demonstrate new skills.
Once you have completed your course, you may decide you want to continue
with further training, like an NVQ at the next level or another related
If you are a training provider, you may like to discuss sub-contractual arrangements, or maybe you have trainers that you would like to put forward to work with us. We are also happy to discuss any partnership and joint working ideas you may have. Independent trainers interested in working with Dynamis can contact us directly.
We are keen to offer our students a range of materials that will enhance their learning experience. For this reason we would like to develop working relationships with good quality suppliers of training materials and related products.
To discuss any of the above further, please call +44 (0) 8000 24 24 43. Alternatively, you can complete our contact form and we will get back to you within 24 hours.