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Training can boost your skills and make you more employable. Listing recent training on your CV can give a positive impression to recruiters, particularly if you have little work experience.
Sometimes learning on the job is the best way to learn new skills. Apprenticeships are a mix of work and study. They combine on-the-job training with classroom or home-based learning.
At the end of your apprenticeship you will receive a recognised qualification.
Download a pdf guide to apprenticeships (Disability Rights UK)
Volunteering can be a good way to learn skills and get experience without having to pay for training.
Volunteering to develop your skills for work.
You could get a bursary to help with education-related costs if you’re studying at a publicly funded school or college. You can also get a bursary if you’re on an unpaid training course or doing work experience.
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