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What is an Apprenticeship?

An Apprenticeship combines a job with an accompanying skills development programme designed by employers. Young people and adult learners can earn a salary whilst gaining technical knowledge and real practical experience, along with functional and personal skills, required for their immediate job and future career. A typical programme includes:
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Hear from current Apprentices

Rathbones Liverpool has taken on six apprentices for an innovative new training programme. The apprentices are completing two years of on-the-job training across a wide range of back-office (operations) roles and a study programme leading to a National Vocational Qualification in Business Administration (level 2) during their first year and the CISI's IOC (level 3) during the second.

Follow the new recruits via their blogs:

Amy Kirby
Operations Apprentice
Rathbone Brothers Plc

View Amy's blog
Lewis Manning
Trust & Tax Apprentice Rathbone Brothers Plc

View Lewis's blog
Jonathan Jones
IT Apprentice
Rathbones Brothers Plc

View Jonathan's blog


Connor Day
RPAS Apprentice Rathbone Brothers Plc

View Connor's blog
Greg Beaver
Operations Apprentice
Rathbone Investment Management

View Greg's blog
Paul Edwards
Operations Apprentice
Rathbone Brothers Plc

View Paul's blog



Read more about the Rathbone’s initiative as reported in the CISI's Securities & Investment Review.