Contrary to popular belief, Apprenticeships are for anyone, of any age, looking to start, change or progress their career, which is why at CNet, we prefer to call them Careerships.
We want to remove the stigma that surrounds being an apprentice and open people’s eyes to the reality of modern Apprenticeship (Careership) opportunities. In fact, there is no upper age limit to becoming an apprentice and being an apprentice simply means you’re given paid time to study and you gain a recognised qualification while you are employed.
The network cabling sector is suffering from a skills shortage, with huge demand for new individuals to join, and progress within, the sector. Our Level 3 Network Cable Installer (NCI®) Apprenticeship (Careership) is creating the next generation of competent, certified and qualified cable installation professionals and is the perfect starting point for a new career, or for those already working within the cable installation environment wishing to improve their skills.
For CNet’s CEO Andrew Stevens’ thoughts on why the word Apprenticeship needs to evolve, read the latest issue of Inside_Networks magazine here.
To learn more about the NCI apprenticeship, click here.