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  1. Accountancy or taxation professional (level 7)

    Providing financial information and advice to different organisations.

    Apprenticeship category
    Legal, finance and accounting
  2. Advanced and creative hair professional (level 3)

    Create, plan and promote a collection of hairstyles and looks that reflects their own individuality.

    Apprenticeship category
    Hair and beauty
  3. Advanced credit controller and debt collection specialist (level 3)

    Managing credit and collecting debt for businesses and other organisation.

    Apprenticeship category
    Legal, finance and accounting
  4. Advertising and media executive (level 3)

    Creating messages (campaigns) which are intended to inform or influence the people who receive them.

    Apprenticeship category
    Sales, marketing and procurement
  5. Agriculture or horticulture professional adviser (level 6)

    Consult with and provide technical advice to farmers and growers to help them support their crop husbandry, based on latest scientific thinking, environmental requirements and in line with legislation and policy.

    Apprenticeship category
    Agriculture, environmental and animal care
  6. Applications support lead (level 4)

    Provide tactical advice, training and support on core technology applications.

    Apprenticeship category
    Digital
  7. Archaeological specialist (degree) (level 7)

    Planning, undertaking and leading archaeological research and investigation.

    Apprenticeship category
    Creative and design
  8. Archivist and records manager (level 7)

    Using professional judgement and support of others to ensure the delivery, security and accessibility of records and other materials.

    Apprenticeship category
    Creative and design
  9. Artificial intelligence (AI) data specialist (level 7)

    Discover new artificial intelligence solutions that use data to improve and automate business processes.

    Apprenticeship category
    Digital
  10. Aviation ground operative (level 2)

    Working in a specialist role supporting the safe arrival, turnaround and departure of aircraft at airports, military bases, heliports and other airfields.

    Apprenticeship category
    Transport and logistics
  11. Aviation ground specialist (level 3)

    Working in a specialist role supervising the safe arrival, turnaround and departure of aircraft at airports, military bases, heliports and other airfields.

    Apprenticeship category
    Transport and logistics
  12. Aviation movement specialist (level 3)

    Move aircrafts into position.

    Apprenticeship category
    Transport and logistics
  13. Clinical trials specialist (degree) (level 6)

    Working as part of a multi-disciplinary team focusing on the delivery and execution of Phase I-IV clinical trials in humans.

    Apprenticeship category
    Health and science
  14. Commercial procurement and supply (formerly Public sector commercial professional) (level 4)

    Buying the goods and services that enable an organisation to operate.

    Apprenticeship category
    Sales, marketing and procurement
  15. Community energy specialist (level 4)

    Helping communities work together to reduce energy use and costs. Promoting energy efficient heating.

    Apprenticeship category
    Business and administration
  16. Counter fraud investigator (level 4)

    Leading small non-complex criminal investigations and a range of civil investigations.

    Apprenticeship category
    Protective services
  17. Creative digital design professional (integrated degree) (level 6)

    Providing digital design solutions to internal and external clients, across a range of sectors and contexts.

    Apprenticeship category
    Digital
  18. Cultural heritage conservation technician (level 4)

    Preserving public and private heritage objects, collections and sites.

    Apprenticeship category
    Creative and design
  19. Cultural heritage conservator (degree) (level 7)

    Preserving objects that could be housed in archives, art galleries, libraries, museums and private collections.

    Apprenticeship category
    Creative and design
  20. Customer service specialist (level 3)

    Dealing with customer queries, purchases and complaints.

    Apprenticeship category
    Sales, marketing and procurement
  21. Dairy technologist (level 5)

    Providing expert technical advice and support on a variety of aspects of dairy production and activities.

    Apprenticeship category
    Health and science
  22. Debt adviser (level 3)

    Assess a customers full circumstances and provide suitable advice to enable the customer to best manage their debts.

    Apprenticeship category
    Legal, finance and accounting
  23. Digital accessibility specialist (level 4)

    Provide advice on accessibility best practice, helping organisations (externally and internally) to meet organisational, national and international accessibility standards.

    Apprenticeship category
    Digital
  24. Digital and technology solutions professional (integrated degree) (level 6)

    Maintaining digital and technology strategies through technology leadership.

    Apprenticeship category
    Digital
  25. Digital and technology solutions specialist (integrated degree) (level 7)

    Investigating, identifying and implementing technological strategic solutions.

    Apprenticeship category
    Digital
  26. Digital marketer (integrated degree) (level 6)

    Leading on the creation and execution of a digital marketing strategy.

    Apprenticeship category
    Sales, marketing and procurement
  27. Digital support technician (level 3)

    Maximising the effective use of digital office technologies, productivity software and digital communications in organisations.

    Apprenticeship category
    Digital
  28. Digital user experience (UX) professional (integrated degree) (level 6)

    Investigate, analyse and design the experience that people have with digital products and services.

    Apprenticeship category
    Digital
  29. Early years lead practitioner (level 5)

    Working directly with children, skilfully leading day to day practice.

    Apprenticeship category
    Education and childcare
  30. Fire safety engineer (degree) (level 6)

    Provide specialist, fire-related information across the built environment to protect people and property from the destructive effects of fire by applying science and engineering principles.

    Apprenticeship category
    Construction and the built environment
  31. Geospatial mapping and science specialist (degree) (level 6)

    Analysing geographic data for things like maps, satellite navigation systems (satnav) and global positioning systems (GPS).

    Apprenticeship category
    Construction and the built environment
  32. Health and care intelligence specialist (level 7)

    Take data on individual or population health and use of services and other forms of evidence and turn it into health and care intelligence.

    Apprenticeship category
    Health and science
  33. Health play specialist (level 5)

    Providing therapeutic play interventions for sick infants, children and young people, service users, carers and families of all ages, throughout their healthcare journey.

    Apprenticeship category
    Health and science
  34. Healthcare engineering specialist technician (level 3)

    To ensure service continuity for specialist healthcare medical devices or healthcare estates.

    Apprenticeship category
    Engineering and manufacturing
  35. Hearing aid dispenser (level 5)

    Working independently to test people's hearing, advising on hearing care and where necessary supplying and fitting hearing aids and other communication devices.

    Apprenticeship category
    Health and science
  36. High speed rail and infrastructure technician (level 4)

    Providing technical solutions across the construction, maintenance and operation of a high speed railway.

    Apprenticeship category
    Engineering and manufacturing
  37. Hire controller (plant, tools and equipment) (level 2)

    Providing specialist plant, tools, machinery or equipment on short or long-term hire.

    Apprenticeship category
    Construction and the built environment
  38. Hygiene specialist (level 4)

    Provide specialist hygiene services in areas such as closed plants, sterile environments, food production and laboratories.

    Apprenticeship category
    Health and science
  39. Improvement specialist (level 5)

    Leading the deployment of improvement strategies.

    Apprenticeship category
    Business and administration
  40. Industrial coatings applicator (level 2)

    Preparing the surface of new or existing steel structures and applying the appropriate corrosion protection coatings.

    Apprenticeship category
    Construction and the built environment
  41. Information manager (level 4)

    Support the delivery and management of critical information, whether digital or otherwise, in the (capital) delivery phase of an infrastructure project and the ongoing management of that information within the operational phase of the resulting asset.

    Apprenticeship category
    Business and administration
  42. International freight forwarding specialist (level 3)

    Helping organise large-scale freight imports and exports.

    Apprenticeship category
    Transport and logistics
  43. Investment operations specialist (level 4)

    Carrying out investment transactions on behalf of individuals or organisations.

    Apprenticeship category
    Legal, finance and accounting
  44. Marketing executive (level 4)

    Helping to shape, support and deliver marketing plans, working in conjunction with the Marketing Manager.

    Apprenticeship category
    Sales, marketing and procurement
  45. Materials process engineer (degree) (level 7)

    Controlling and managing the complex manufacturing processes for different materials

    Apprenticeship category
    Engineering and manufacturing
  46. Materials science technologist (degree) (level 6)

    Ensuring materials are fit for purpose for a wide range of different industries.

    Apprenticeship category
    Engineering and manufacturing
  47. Metal recycling general operative (level 2)

    Identifying different metals, sorting and separating them into grades

    Apprenticeship category
    Engineering and manufacturing
  48. Motor finance specialist (level 3)

    Offering and administering finance packages to customers buying vehicles.

    Apprenticeship category
    Legal, finance and accounting
  49. Non-destructive testing engineer (degree) (level 6)

    Testing materials used in machinery and structures to find faults like corrosion, cracks, flaws and other imperfections.

    Apprenticeship category
    Engineering and manufacturing
  50. Operational research specialist (level 7)

    Help clients (either internally or externally) to make strategic, tactical and operational decisions.

    Apprenticeship category
    Business and administration
  51. Operations or departmental manager (level 5)

    Managing teams and projects in line with a private, public or voluntary organisation's operational or departmental strategy.

    Apprenticeship category
    Business and administration
  52. Ordnance munitions and explosives specialist (integrated degree) (level 7)

    Provide specialist expertise, advice and guidance and direction towards delivering complex scientific and technical OME solutions to directly evolve the UK OME defence and security capability in existing and emerging technologies.

    Apprenticeship category
    Engineering and manufacturing
  53. Outdoor learning specialist (level 5)

    Design, planning and delivery of programmes that provide learning and change using outdoor activities and experiences.

    Apprenticeship category
    Health and science
  54. Packaging professional (integrated degree) (level 6)

    Leading on technical packaging delivery programmes and projects for a multitude of products.

    Apprenticeship category
    Engineering and manufacturing
  55. Payroll assistant manager (level 5)

    Ensure that the employer’s workforce is paid on time and accurately in accordance with worker contractual and United Kingdom regulatory/statutory obligations.

    Apprenticeship category
    Legal, finance and accounting
  56. Print operative (level 2)

    Assist in the production of a printed product or component.

    Apprenticeship category
    Engineering and manufacturing
  57. Regulatory affairs specialist (level 7)

    Ensuring healthcare products for human and animal use are licensed before being sold or supplied.

    Apprenticeship category
    Health and science
  58. Sales executive (level 4)

    Leading end-to-end sales interaction with customers and managing sales internally within an organisation.

    Apprenticeship category
    Sales, marketing and procurement
  59. Senior compliance and risk specialist (level 6)

    Giving high-level advice to financial services organisations on the legal and regulatory rules they must follow, such as on data security or preventing money laundering.

    Apprenticeship category
    Legal, finance and accounting
  60. Software developer (level 4)

    Building and testing simple, high-quality code for software.

    Apprenticeship category
    Digital
  61. Software development technician (level 3)

    Building simple applications for use in larger software developments.

    Apprenticeship category
    Digital
  62. Specialist community public health nurse (level 7)

    Assessing the health needs of individuals, families, workplaces and the wider community.

    Apprenticeship category
    Health and science
  63. Specialist rescue operative (level 4)

    Efficiently and safely completing rescue operations from confined spaces including at height or underground.

    Apprenticeship category
    Protective services
  64. Specialist tyre operative (level 2)

    Working on heavy or commercial vehicles, carrying out both scheduled tyre maintenance and emergency response work across a wide variety of locations.

    Apprenticeship category
    Engineering and manufacturing
  65. Spectacle maker (level 3)

    Produce and repair finished, quality-assured spectacles.

    Apprenticeship category
    Creative and design
  66. Speech and language therapist (integrated degree) (level 6)

    Improving quality of life, health and well-being for people with communication difficulties and/or dysphagia (eating, drinking and swallowing difficulties).

    Apprenticeship category
    Health and science
  67. Sustainability business specialist (integrated degree) (level 7)

    Help organisations to manage the resources they use and the waste they generate according to environmentally friendly principles.

    Apprenticeship category
    Business and administration
  68. Technician scientist (level 5)

    Working in a laboratory and using various scientific techniques.

    Apprenticeship category
    Health and science
  69. Textile technical specialist (level 4)

    Using specialist textile machinery and equipment to weave or to finish textiles.

    Apprenticeship category
    Engineering and manufacturing
  70. Through life engineering services specialist (integrated degree) (level 7)

    Develop and deliver the support services that keep engineered assets working better and for longer.

    Apprenticeship category
    Engineering and manufacturing
  71. Tool process design engineer (level 6)

    The design of a unique tooling process pathway that enables components to be mass produced in the most economically viable way.

    Apprenticeship category
    Engineering and manufacturing
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