Apprenticeships

Apprenticeships at London Met

London Metropolitan University and its predecessor institutions have a proud history of providing vocational education spanning more than a century.

We have strong continuing relationships with the widest range of professional bodies.

Having delivered level 3 apprenticeships since 2015, the University is now also at the forefront of helping to introduce the new Higher Level and Degree Apprenticeships.

We have gained recent recognition for the quality of our programmes and as the new funding arrangements and standards rapidly emerge, the University is developing a responsive apprenticeship portfolio in disciplinary areas where we have existing strengths. These include: 

  • community and voluntary sector
  • digital media and computing
  • health and social care
  • early childhood and education
  • leadership and management
  • policing
  • procurement and supply management
  • science and lab work
  • social work

The Apprenticeship Standards we are currently planning to offer include:

Education

Supporting Teaching and Learning in Physical Education and School Sport – Advanced Apprenticeship (Level 3)

Health and Social Care

Healthcare – Senior Healthcare Support Worker (Level 3)
Children and Young People's Workforce – Early Years Educator – Advanced Apprenticeship (Level 3)
Care Leadership and Management – Specialist Adult Social Care – Higher Apprenticeship (Level 5)
Healthcare – Healthcare Assistant Practitioner (Level 5)
Care Leadership and Management – General Adult Social Care – Higher Apprenticeship (Level 5)

Housing

Senior Housing/Property Management (Level 4)

Leadership and Management

Leadership and Management – Team Leader/Supervisor (Level 3)
Leadership and Management – Operations/Departmental Manager (Level 5)
Leadership and Management – Chartered Manager Degree Apprenticeship (Level 6)

Science

Laboratory and Science Technicians – Education Science – Advanced Apprenticeship (Level 3)
Life and Industrial Sciences – Laboratory Scientist (Level 5)

Our apprenticeship track record

Our partner, City of London Corporation, is an established provider with an excellent reputation in the delivery of a number of apprenticeship programmes. London Met, with its recognised Centre of Excellence for the provision of the CIPS professional qualifications, has combined forces with the Corporation to offer apprentices and their sponsors, an outstanding programme of learning.

Latest apprenticeship updates

The new Register of Approved Apprenticeship Training Providers (RoATP)

In March 2017, the Skills Funding Agency (SFA) unveiled the new Register of Apprenticeship Training Providers (the RoATP). London Met is one of a number of successful register applicants that have been awarded ‘Main Provider’ status. As a main provider, London Met can be selected by levy paying employers to deliver apprenticeship training, or be selected by another main provider to work as a subcontractor. Apprenticeships and Skills Minister Robert Halfon said: “Our new register of apprenticeship providers will mean that only organisations that have passed our quality assurance can deliver apprenticeships. We are giving employers the confidence to do business with high quality training providers, and making sure that individuals can benefit from gold-standard routes as they climb the ladder of opportunity.”

Other news

Science apprenticeships

Contact us

Please do not hesitate to contact us to discuss our portfolio of apprenticeship programmes, ask for apprenticeship advice or find out how we can help with apprenticeship training requirements for your organisation.

For further information about London Met’s apprenticeships offer, please contact us at apprenticeships@londonmet.ac.uk or follow us on Twitter @MetApprentices.

For the latest updates about procurement and supply apprenticeships, or to participate in the development of new procurement Standards please contact Angele Cauthery – a.cauthery@londonmet.ac.uk.

For enquiries concerning community and voluntary sector, social work and policing apprenticeships, please contact Chris Lane – c.lane@londonmet.ac.uk

For enquiries concerning laboratory technician apprenticeships, please contact Seema Patel - seema.patel@londonmet.ac.uk

News stories about apprenticeships

Policing apprenticeship to be launched at London Met

London Met is part of a consortium of universities that will offer new policing apprenticeships as part of national scheme.

London Met delivers apprenticeship programme in partnership with City of London Corporation

The apprentices work for a wide range of employers across London and are gaining on-the-job experience.