Why choose NowSkills?
From schools and higher educations colleges to private training providers and companies there are hundreds of Apprenticeship providers in the UK, so why should you choose NowSkills to recruit your IT Apprentice?
This is a question we are frequently asked by employers keen to know how employing a young person, possessing no career history or work experience, can improve productivity and the competitive edge.
NowSkills only offer IT Apprenticeships
NowSkills is an IT specialist. We don’t offer apprenticeships in Administration, Law, Hairdressing, Engineering, Sales, Tourism or any of the other apprenticeships that are available from colleges or “one stop shop” style providers.
We know IT and will quickly understand what you need, whether its Software, Networking, Application Specialists or Digital Marketing – we’ll identify the right framework and get to work at finding the right person for your vacancy.
Low risk, high return
A NowSkills IT Apprentice provides you with a low risk strategy for improving IT expertise within your business by adding a key member of staff to your existing team. Alongside NowSkills you will have have major input into the development and progress of your Apprentice during their training. On completion of the Apprenticeship you will not only have a qualified IT professional but a fully-integrated, experienced employee on your of staff.
With you every step of the way
We pride ourselves on being an Apprenticeship provider with a difference. From the very start of your relationship with NowSkills we aim to make the Apprenticeship process as smooth and fuss-free as possible. We offer support and advice on every aspect of running Apprenticeships in your workplace: from recruiting the perfect candidate, to offering workplace support, to completion and beyond. Unlike some providers who cut and run once an Apprentice is placed, we are with you every step of the way – we understand this can be just as daunting for you as it is for an Apprentice.
At the start of a placement you Apprentice will be assigned an assessor who will act as the main point of contact for you both for the duration of the Apprenticeship. The assessor will keep in regular contact: making on-the-job visits, monitoring progress, offering advice on workplace development and acting as an intermediary between you and your Apprentice if any issues should arise.