Your trusted apprenticeship partner

We work with employers and providers to deliver the very best work-based learning programmes. Pearson has already partnered with many organisations like British Gas, the Co-op, the Premier League and Unilever to deliver their work-based programmes in conjunction with our extensive network of colleges and training providers - so you’ll be in good company.

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To get you started, we have prepared two guides to help you understand the apprenticeship levy and changes happening. 

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Working in partnership

We will work with you at every stage of your programme and provide you with valuable resources by adopting a three-step approach:

We start by finding out where you are on your apprenticeship development journey. Through our personal account management approach and a rigorous planning phase we can help with mapping of existing training, candidate selection, advice on which learning programmes and qualifications to choose and assessment of your learning needs. 

Every customers' needs are different, our approach is a personal, bespoke one and we offer our services to match your requirements. 

Find out about the services we offer 

Once the fact finding phase is finished, we provide help choosing the right programmes and qualifications to match your unique work-based learning recruitment or learning objectives. From apprenticeships and traineeships to Functional Skills, WorkSkills, BTECs and other programmes, we’re highly experienced in identifying the right training options for you. 

Pearson has a network of more than a thousand approved training centres across the UK. We work with most public further education colleges, and with thousands of private training organisations of all sizes.

Some are generalists; others are specialists in particular fields, including our own Pearson TQ business. We also provide resources to support learners and those working with centres and employers to prepare for end-point assessment. 

New apprenticeships

We know the new standards inside-out and have worked with trailblazers and The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) to develop the new apprenticeship standards, advising them on assessment and grading, as well as developing assessment plans. 

Find out about our new apprenticeships standards