Foundation Apprenticeships

Foundation Apprenticeships help students stand out from the crowd in their career, they combine work placements with classroom learning, all whilst still at school. 

Foundation Apprenticeships are schools subjects that are chosen alongside students school subjects in 4th, 5th or 6th year. The courses allow students to gain experience in subjects not available at school, to gain industry experience with local employers, achieve a qualification equivalent to a Higher and start their career by standing out from the crowd. 

Courses with spaces still remaining: 

Business

Foundation Apprenticeship in Business Skills (4th and 5th year students)

Childhood Practice and Social Services

Foundation Apprenticeship in Social Services: Children and Young People (4th and 5th year students)

Foundation Apprenticeship in Social Services: Children and Young People (6th year students)

Civil Engineering

Foundation Apprenticeship Civil Engineering (4th and 5th year students)

Foundation Apprenticeship Civil Engineering (6th year students) 

Computing 

Foundation Apprenticeship in ICT: Software Development (4th and 5th year students)

Engineering

Foundation Apprenticeship Engineering (4th and 5th year students)

Foundation Apprenticeship Engineering (6th year students)

Or find out more about Foundation Apprenticeship courses by visiting: Foundation Apprenticeships at West Lothian College