Earn as you Learn

The Army is one of the largest apprenticeship employer-providers in the UK, with around 14,000 soldiers on one of 43 nationally-recognised apprenticeship programmes at any one time.

An apprenticeship is planned to fit around military training and relate closely to an Army role. Soldiers become better at what they do and can choose an apprenticeship.

The Army is one of the largest apprenticeship employer-providers in the UK, with around 14,000 soldiers on one of 43 nationally-recognised apprenticeship programmes at any one time. An apprenticeship fits around a soldier’s trade training and can last from 1-3 years depending on the level of the apprenticeship. From engineering to animal care, the Army apprenticeship programme covers a wide range of specialisms.

The apprenticeship is just the start of many opportunities within the Army to gain further qualifications. Find out about the different ways to fund university qualifications Funding university on Army Jobs

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the army's language experts

Can you order a drink in French, or an ice cream in Italian? Find out how an interest in languages can lead to becoming a multilingual soldier, and key in the role of winning over the confidences of the locals when overseas.

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