As part of the NTCA’s commitment to Adult Education, we have launched our apprenticeship landing page.


Apprenticeships are for anyone aged over 16, and are a valuable way to get the skills you need to improve your chances of getting a better quality job. They are a genuine job and you are employed from the very first day.

Apprenticeships combine practical training with study. You will work alongside experienced staff – gain job-specific skills – earn a wage and get holiday pay. Time is given for study related to the role, equivalent to one day a week.

Apprenticeships can take 1 to 5 years to complete depending on their level. The levels range from GCSE to Master’s Degree equivalents. You can find more information here:

You need to be living in England and not currently in full time education to be eligible.

Below are links to for potential apprentices, employers, parents, guardians, and those advising young people.




Myglobalbridge digital platform is now available as part of a two-year Apprenticeship Hub pilot

The myglobalbridge platform will be rolled out to secondary/middle schools and six form colleges across the region from the autumn term 2021.

The secure platform empowers students to showcase their talents to educational institutions and potential employers, to create connections and assist with recruitment of talent through workplace opportunities such as apprenticeships.  It will connect young people in Newcastle, North Tyneside and Northumberland with opportunities for apprenticeships and workplace training 

Schools and employers who are interested in the myglobalbridge platform should contact  Globalbridge.

If you wish to know more about the NTCA apprenticeship programme email

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Back the Future Campaign

Find out more about this campaign pushing for decent and fair pay for all apprentices employed in the UK.

Apprenticeship Decent Wage Pledge

Transferring your apprenticeship levy to another business

Guidance for large employers on how to share any leftover levy with other employers.

Find out more here. 




Links for apprentices, parents, guardians, employers and those advising young people:

What jobs can be an apprenticeship?

There is a list of the apprenticeships available here:

How do I find an apprenticeship?

You can talk to your local college or training provider
Or apply through the government’s “become an apprentice” site available here:




Links for employers:

The North East Growth Hub has a range of information for employers:

Employ an Apprentice

Why should I employ an apprentice?

How can I recruit an apprentice?