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Modern apprenticeships and training

Opportunities Fife have a Modern Apprenticeship programme that can help you expand your employee's skills and knowledge.

Apprenticeships are available in a number of areas and trainees are helped and encouraged to progress through the various stages needed to gain a qualification. Not only does this help your business, but the trainee will have the opportunity to gain various skills from communication and teamwork to IT and problem solving.

Please note

  • All trainees must be in employment to take part and should be aged 16-19 years old.
  • The programme is free to the trainee with further opportunity of funding towards training costs.
  • The employer will still have to contribute towards the training costs and cover the employee’s wages.

If you are interested and want to find out more information on the trainee programme or other employee development opportunities, visit www.opportunitiesfife.org or contact us using the details below.

Contact: Modern apprenticeships and training
Email:employability@fife.gov.uk