Learners - CVP Group


How can we help you achieve more?

CVP Group embodies the philosophy of lifelong learning both within the organisation and externally with our learners. We can help you achieve your goals through.

  • Apprenticeships
  • Nationally accredited courses
  • Short courses (non-regulated)

CVP Group offer apprenticeships in:

Professional Services
Health and Social Care


We support you develop your skills through our apprenticeship pathways. Want to know more about what an apprenticeship is? Check out our FAQ. There are a wide range of apprenticeships across a variety of sectors ranging from level 2 to level 7. Apprenticeships require a broader skill base than a standalone qualification and require you to have excellent knowledge of the sector you work in as well as maths, English and sometimes I.T. skills.

You use your training on an apprenticeship to improve practical application and knowledge on the job which are then recognised nationally by employers.

We can support you with from level 2 through to level 5 across the following apprenticeship programmes:

Nationally Accredited Courses & Short Courses

We offer a range of short courses to help people upskills to perform better in their job through to helping you get started in setting up your own business. For those looking for more of a challenge we offer an accredited programme that are aligned to nationally recognised certificates. This are accredited by our awarding bodies and recognised by schools and universities.


Qualifications at no cost.

Not sure if you can afford it? Why not get in touch as we have a number of ways of paying for our programmes including full funded courses at ZERO cost to you, flexible monthly payments or even pay for it in one lump sum.


Choose from the following programmes and see how we can support you today

Apprenticeship FAQs

  • Who can do an apprenticeship?

    Anyone in England aged 16 years old and above, whether employed, unemployed or leaving school. There is no upper age limit. There are no formal qualifications needed to do an apprenticeship however some employers may ask for GCSEs (A-C) in English, Maths and Science.

  • What is an apprenticeship?

    Apprenticeships are work-based training programmes that are designed to help employers train people for specific job roles. At the same time, apprentices get a paying job with valuable training while they work towards a nationally recognised apprenticeship standard or framework.

  • How much will I earn?

    As a current employee your current wage will not be affected by enrolling onto the apprenticeships program.

  • What qualification will I gain?

    During your apprenticeship programme you will working towards a nationally recognised apprenticeship standard or framework. This is accredited by relevant industry regulatory bodies and will help further you in your chosen career. Depending on the type of programme you enrol onto you may also have the chance to work towards QCF accredited diplomas and qualifications in Maths and English.

  • How long does an Apprenticeship last?

    The duration of an apprenticeship depends on the course being followed and the ability of the individual apprentice. An apprenticeship can take between one and four years to complete depending on the level of apprenticeship, the apprentice’s ability and the industry sector. As a guide, a Level 2 & Level 3 apprenticeship usually takes around 12 months and Level 4+ apprenticeships around 24 months.

  • How is training delivered?

    The apprenticeship is a work-based qualification, which means that all of the training and assessment for the apprenticeship will be completed on-site. You will need to build an apprenticeship portfolio of evidence. Your regional trainer will observe you in the workplace and guide you on which pieces of work-based evidence are suitable for your portfolio.

    Across the length of an apprenticeship you will be contacted by a regional trainer every three to five weeks and attend a number of workshops offsite.

    You will have a meeting with your training and manager to determine whether you are ready for you End Point Assessment (EPA). The EPA is completed to assess the knowledge, skills and behaviours that you have learnt throughout the apprenticeship. You will practice parts of the EPA assessment throughout the apprenticeship and you will only take the final assessment when you feel ready. The content of the EPA will vary, depending on the course you are completing.

  • What types of apprenticeship are available?

    There are three levels of Apprenticeship;

    • Level 2: Intermediate Level Apprenticeship (equivalent to five A* GCSEs)
    • Level 3: Advanced Level Apprenticeship (equivalent to two A-Levels)
    • Level 4, 5 and 6: Higher Apprenticeship (Foundation degree level, degree or higher)
  • Do I have to complete maths and English?

    In order to complete the apprenticeship you will be required to pass functional skills in maths and English however some qualification that will exempt you from the maths and English part of the apprenticeship providing you can show a copy of the original certificate.

  • How do I report an incident anoynmously?

    If you have any concerns you wish to report you can find a copy of our whistleblowing policy here.

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