Languages

A love of language often goes hand in hand with an interest in people and their needs, and in different cultures and beliefs.

We live in a multicultural country, one that is setting an example for a global, more multicultural world. In the twenty-first century, there is a great focus on the advancement of technology, infrastructure and the ease with which we can travel. As with all of these things, integrating with different cultures with different languages both online and offline has become a bigger part of everyday life.

As businesses and employers seek to offer their products and services to as many people as possible, having language skills is one of the most valuable assets to gaining employment and helping a business progress – and society as well! So if you’ve got a good grasp of a foreign language, you may find your vocation in one of the following sectors: Business and IT, Customer service and retail, Hospitality and travel or Public services

One of the apprenticeships listed below could be your stepping stone to a great career.

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