I'm trying to find the best way in to the industry - as a member in practice.
Close to completing level 3 AAT.
But no practical experience.
I'm 27 which I believe changes funding prospects.
I was thinking about seeking an apprenticeship for a year starting at level 4. An incentive for a practice to take me on due to the low low wage?
Although I could only sustain apprenticeship wage for a year due to having a family.
But with not many apprenticeships being advertised in my local precinct I wonder how difficult and how much paperwork this would create for a potential employer??
As commuting beyond my 5-7 mile radius isn't financially viable on such a low wage.
Unless there's possible options I've not considered?
I ask here because you guys are all professionals and I feel could offer of quality advice..
Any comments will be received with thanks