Working and learning
Sarah Berry joined the Zurich Apprenticeship Programme in 2016 and shares her experience of the initiative, where education and first hand work experience work together to form a deeper learning approach.
About: Working and learning
The Apprenticeship in Insurance Practice is a programme that runs over three years, which on successful completion, will result in the apprentice receiving a BA honours degree (level 8) in Insurance Practice awarded through IT Sligo, the education provider for the programme. The Apprenticeship programme is based on an 'earn and learn' model and the cost of the course is fully funded by the Government while the employer covers the cost of the salary of the apprentice. This means that the apprentices will work full-time in a role in Wexford with one day a week on average set aside for formal learning, through a distance learning module. Click here to find out more.
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