0115 967 7771 info@webstraining.com Apprenticeship


Interested in a rewarding career?

Interested in earning money and learning new skills?

Do you like working with your hands?

If the answer is ‘Yes’ then an apprenticeship could be for you.

Come and speak to one of our advisors who will talk to you about the best pathway available.

To apply you can either click here to complete the enquiry form below or call Lorraine direct on 01159 677771. Once we have your details, you will be invited in for an interview. We will also send you an application form to complete and bring back with you to the interview.

Please also bring with you copies of any certificates you have already achieved including GCSE certificates and your National Insurance number.

We are working closely with employers to find local work placements with over 50% of the starters in this last year now working with employers building their employability skills and gaining valuable experience in the work place putting them in good stead for a successful progression to apprenticeships.

Need help looking for Jobs?

As well as getting help from your Tutor at Webs, you can register with the National Apprenticeship Service by visiting www.apprenticeships.org.uk. Here you can search for current vacancies in the sector and area you want.  Additional information can be found at www.apprenticeships.org.uk/Parents.aspx. This service will benefit parents as it offers guidance on how to support you in accessing Apprenticeships and gives advice on local and regional opportunities and progression routes.

Once registered with the National Apprenticeship Service, you can also access the guide "How to write a winning Apprenticeship application" or view the film "How to apply for an Apprenticeship", which provides a step by step guide on Apprenticeship applications and offers advice to help you through the selection process.

The National Careers Service offers impartial and independent advice via an interactive website, web chats and also over the telephone (0800 100900).

For current job vacancies locally, try visiting:


Already Employed?

If you are already employed and would like to enrol onto an apprenticeship programme please speak to your employer. You can then contact Lorraine on 0115 9677771 to arrange a mutually convenient time where we can come and speak to both yourself and your employer to find the best option for you.

Initial Assessment


The aim of this policy is to set out guiding principles and standards governing WEBS process of learner Initial Assessment. WEBS Training Limited is committed to maintaining an initial assessment system that is rigorous and consistent to ensure fair assessment and identify support needs for effective learner progression.

Initial Assessment will be undertaken with all learners, irrespective of age.


What is Initial Assessment?

We define Initial Assessment as:

Building up a clear, accurate and relevant picture of an individual’s attainment and potential to use as a basis for negotiating an individual and suitable programme of learning and assessment opportunities.

Initial Assessment is concerned with both:

  • What learners have already achieved – their attainment
  • What they should realistically be able to achieve in the future – their potential

Initial Assessment is a crucial part of the learner learning journey.  It provides the information needed to agree and plan a learner’s starting point. It is the benchmark from which learners’ progress and achievement can be measured.


“Initial Assessment needs to be done with learners rather than to them.  It should be of benefit to learners and help them feel positive about themselves and their potential to learn.”
Green M (2003) Initial Assessment: a learner-centred process.  Learning & Skills Development Agency.

What can we learn from Initial Assessment?

Initial Assessment is the first step in the processes of:

  • Negotiating learning.  The key skill in improving own learning and performance is founded on the process of negotiated learning, where trainer and learner meet to identify needs and to plan and agree what they hope to achieve
  • Continuous assessment.  Equally important is the process of reviewing progress at regular intervals, and giving and receiving constructive feedback; again, central to improving own learning and performance
  • Developing a relationship.  Initial Assessment should help trainer and learner to get to know each other and begin to build trust and co-operation.

For more information on the initial assessment process Click Here

This policy will be reviewed annually.

Privacy Notice - Learners

WEBS Training Ltd is committed to ensuring your privacy is protected. WEBS Training Ltd collects your personal information where the law allows it, or we have a legal & legitimate obligation to do so. Your personal information is collected to enable us to carry out the functions of the Education & Skills Funding Agency, confirm your eligibility to access an Apprenticeship Training Programme and to fulfil our contractual agreement with you. We will process your data in compliance with the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR). Individuals whose personal information we hold have certain rights under the law. More information can be found on the Information Commissioner’s website https://ico.org.uk/   For a copy of the WEBS Learner Privacy Notice please click here.



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National Minimum Wage Increases

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National Minimum Wage and National Living Wage

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Webs Training Ltd celebrating 50 glorious years

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