Apprenticeships offer a fantastic opportunity to gain key employability skills whilst earning a wage. More and more companies are recognising the benefits of Apprenticeships over traditional qualifications such as higher education degrees, enabling them to develop the skills their business needs both now and in the future.

As a Training Provider, Gi Group delivers hundreds of Apprenticeships each year. We are also a recruitment company, which means that we recruit Apprentices on behalf of employers and for Gi Group. It also means that we are able to help Apprentices secure permanent positions at the end of their Apprenticeship.  

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Apprenticeships combine “on the job” training with study. As an Apprentice you will work alongside experienced staff and gain job-specific skills whilst earning a wage. Essentially, an Apprenticeship is a full-time job combined with training and assessments.


Gi Group offer a wide range of Apprenticeships including:

  • Leadership & Management
  • Team Leading
  • Business Administration
  • Improving Operational Performance
  • Business Improvement
  • Lean Operator
  • Customer Services
  • Recruitment
  • Supply Chain
  • Warehouse & Storage



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There are many benefits, including being paid to learn. Other benefits include:

  • Apprentices earn up to £100,000 more than those that went to University
  • No debt, as the Apprenticeship is fully funded
  • You can apply for an Apprenticeship all year round, whereas you can only apply for University once a year
  • NUS card discounts
  • Cheaper public transport
  • Council tax deductions (depending on local authority and eligibility)


To become an Apprentice simply email apprentice@gigroup.com or ring 01246 264928.  

Want to know more about Being an Apprentice? Download our Being an Apprentice Brochure.  

Have you got more questions?  Check our Frequently Asked Questions Page.


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