Advice & Tips
Some useful tips and advice to get you started
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When it comes to starting an Apprenticeship, it can be a daunting time. For many of you, this will be your first real experience of the working world. From CV writing to job interviews, 3aaa’s hints and tips should equip you with key skills which shall make the first few steps of your Apprentice journey as easy as possible. Whether it’s staying ahead of the curve by learning some valuable industry specific skills, or understanding how you ought to behave on your first day, 3aaa’s ‘Preparing for an Apprenticeship’ can offer some helpful advice. Finally, hear from some of our most successful Apprentices in ‘My 3aaa Story’ to better understand how a 3aaa Apprenticeship can change your life.
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preparing for an apprenticeship
When it comes to applying for an Apprenticeship, any applicable skills you have will set you head and shoulders above the rest! However don’t be discouraged if you don’t have many IT skills at this point in time. There are hundreds of things you can teach yourself which will make you a much more viable candidate for an IT Apprenticeship and you can teach yourself these skills from the comfort of your own home!
As with any job, any relevant skills that you have will set you apart from other applicants when applying for your new digital marketing Apprenticeship. Anything that will allow you to hit the ground running within your first few days will certainly be of interest to employers, so here are a few things you can acquaint yourself with before you start your new career:
With Accountancy, there isn’t a list of programmes or software that you need to learn in order to carry out your new job role. However, Accountancy does require a certain set of skills to ensure you are able to perform in this job well. Here we have listed a number of ways you can prepare yourself for your new accountancy role, and ultimately thrive within it:
A business administration role requires great organisational skills, communication skills and a pleasant demeanour. Here we will list a number of skills which are covetable in a business administration Apprentice: