Accreditations and Memberships for Apprentices

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This page provides a comprehensive overview of the various membership options and accreditations available to apprentices, designed to enhance your learning experience and career prospects.

Be sure to bookmark us as we will update this page over the year with any new and exciting deals aimed at all of our learners.

Whether you’re seeking formal recognition of your achievements, networking opportunities, or additional benefits, we’ve got you covered. Explore the different categories below to learn more about:

  • Professional Association Memberships: Discover how joining relevant professional associations can connect you with industry peers, access exclusive resources, and gain valuable recognition within your chosen field.
  • UCAS Points for Apprenticeships: Did you know some apprenticeships award UCAS points? This can be beneficial if you’re considering further education at university after completing your apprenticeship.
  • Accreditations and Awards: We’ll highlight the potential to earn industry-recognized accreditations upon completion of your apprenticeship, demonstrating your skills and expertise to future employers.

By exploring these options, you can tailor your apprenticeship journey to achieve your specific goals and unlock a rewarding career path. Remember, investing in your professional development today sets you up for success tomorrow.

Unlock your free membership of the Association of Apprentices!

Watch our video below to learn about our exciting member benefits, including AoA Connect, AoA Learn, AoA Events, and AoA On Demand, with David Barker, CTO Association of Apprentices.

When ready, you can click here to sign up for free as an apprentice member of the Association of Apprentices.

UCAS allocating tariff points to level 3 apprenticeships

Following engagement with sector stakeholders from across the UK, UCAS has developed a model for allocatingTariff points to apprenticeships that we believe meets the aims and guiding principles of the project, as set out in the engagement document. UCAS now wants to take the views of the wider sector on this model.

After reviewing responses to the public engagement exercise, it is hoped that UCAS Tariff points for apprenticeships will be available for providers to consider when assessing applications to higher education from September 2024 onwards.

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