StreetGames' industry-leading apprenticeships are a mix of on-the-job, workplace learning and off-site conventional study - typically revolving around youth, community or sports-based coaching techniques.

The employer pays the apprentice a wage and in return the government pays for most or all of their training. Apprenticeships allow organisations to train new talent from within and to equip existing staff members with all of the skills they need in order to succeed. 

An apprentice can be of any age, and employing one is just like employing any other member of staff. All apprentices should be employed for at least 30 hours per week and have a contract of employment for the length of time needed to complete their training – usually somewhere between 12 and 20 months.

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This programme is currently at the following stage of the StreetGames Policy Cycle