Once you have found which training providers offer the Apprenticeship that you want, you will need to apply for a place with them. You will be invited for an interview to see if you are a suitable candidate and this is where you may be lucky - they may have a list of employers with whom they work and who are looking for apprentices. If they don’t, they may offer you a position subject to finding your own employer.
Finding an Employer
Job Adverts - Many employers use the local Connexions service, if one still exists in your area, to advertise job vacancies, including Apprenticeships. Many offer a registration service so that they can advise you of specific vacancies that arise in the skill area that you are seeking.
Other employers may place adverts in the local or national press. You will need to keep looking once you have decided what you want to do - it’s never too early once you get to your final year at school. Some websites track all job vacancies in the skill area that you are seeking and you can register with them on key words so that they automatically e-mail you with vacancies that match the words selected.