Apprenticeship levels

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Conduct serious and complex investigations in law enforcement Typically employed by HM Revenue & Customs, the National Crime Agency, police forces, the Ministry of Defence or the Financial Conduct Authority,

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Work with offenders to make communities safer The main purpose of the probation services practitioner is to protect the public by reducing re-offending, safeguarding victims and rehabilitating low to medium-risk

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Reduce criminal re-offending, safeguard victims and rehabilitate prison service users As an apprentice, you’ll work in the National Probation Service or for community rehabilitation companies or voluntary sector organisations in

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Raise awareness and funds for charitable causes Based within a fundraising team internal to a charitable or not-for-profit organisation, you’ll be responsible for raising funds from a range of sources

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Protect people by assessing the level of fire safety in buildings The fire and rescue sector is made up of three elements; prevention, protection and response. The main purpose of

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Support child-initiated and adult-led activities based around the needs and interests of each individual child As an early years practitioner, you’ll work and interact directly with children from birth to

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Lead small non-complex criminal investigations, such as allegations of fraud As a counter fraud investigator, you are responsible for investigating allegations of fraud and to make effective decisions from referral

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Offer leadership to local churches and support in areas such as worship and community action During your apprenticeship, you’ll become a skilled practitioner in key areas of ministry to support

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