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Train your talent in partnership with us

We offer relevant training, tailored to your business needs

London South Bank University (LSBU) has been working with employers to meet their education and training needs since 1892 and today over a third of our students are sponsored by their employer to study with us.

As one of the first universities to offer apprenticeships, you can be confident in us delivering excellent training for your staff and support for you as an employer.

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We offer apprenticeship programmes across a wide range of sectors and representing hundreds of different job roles. Apprenticeships are a priority for the university and we’ll be offering new apprenticeship standards as and when they are signed off by the government.

We have a dedicated Apprenticeships Team of experts who are here to support organisations throughout the apprenticeship journey, from recruitment to completion.

We’ll help you undertake a training needs analysis, maximise your levy spend, navigate the Digital Apprenticeship Service, understand the changing world of apprenticeships and provide the support that you and your apprentice needs to prepare for the end point assessment.

In addition, the LSBU Apprenticeships Team will support you with apprentice recruitment, offer a dedicated account manager and enable advanced entry for staff with relevant experience or additional qualifications.

Make an enquiry today and one of our team will get in touch.

What are higher and degree apprenticeships?

“Graduates who’ve studied full time aren’t always aware of what’s going on in the real world. It stands to reason that if you enter an industry with the right theoretical knowledge and some practical experience you’re going to be in a much better place. When these students finish their courses, they already understand our business. They know how to work as part of a team, and they’re more confident too – they’ve seen how their skills and knowledge can make a real difference to significant, high value projects.”

Eillish Kwai, Employment and Skills Manager, Ardmore Group

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