Trade Apprentice Programme
You’ve got the passion, you’ve got the ambition and you’ve got the determination to succeed. What you need now is the opportunity to shine. And we’ve got just the thing.
Why choose between a university/college education, or paid employment – when you can have the best of both worlds, and a little bit more besides? From the day you start your career with Barratt you can be assured that you will be given every opportunity to progress. Here at Barratt we will go beyond the standard S/NVQ Syllabus and we will take a personal interest in your development.
Watch Apprentice Site Manager Pete on the video above explain more about a project he and some Trade Apprentices in Southampton have recently been involved with.
Learn more about the role by downloading our tradesperson leaflet.
Intermediate Trade Apprenticeship – Level 2 (England & Wales)
Bricklayer, Carpenter/Joiner or Customer Service Maintenance Operative
Over two years you will combine attendance at college with your practical learning on site with trade specialists to achieve your NVQ Level 2 and Diploma qualifications as well as a valuable trade.
Advanced Trade Apprenticeship – Level 3 (England, Wales & Scotland)
Bricklayer or Carpenter/Joiner
Take your trade training to advanced level by continuing your study and on-site training for a further year to achieve your NVQ Level 3 and Diploma qualifications.
In Scotland you will enter here on a four-year apprenticeship to achieve your SVQ Level 3 and Diploma.
Completing the Programme
When you have completed your Apprenticeship you’ve got a number of options. You might work for one of our subcontractors, set yourself up as self-employed or in some areas of the country, work for us permanently as a qualified tradesperson.
Some of our apprentices progress into a career in Site Management on our Barratt Academy Assistant Site Manager Programme to gain S/NVQ Level 4, or if you’d prefer a more academic route, join our Sponsored Higher/Degree Apprenticeship Programme run in partnership with Sheffield Hallam University.