Get a job. Get Paid. Get qualified.

Modern Apprenticeships are a win-win: They’re a chance to earn a wage while you learn your trade and get hands-on work experience at the same time.

New College Lanarkshire offers more than a dozen apprenticeship programmes in everything from IT, Telecoms and Management to Dental Nursing and Engineering.   

Apprenticeships are the perfect way to bridge the gap between education and the workplace that will help you to become a skilled employee through a highly-structured programme of tuition and training. Plus, you’ll get paid while you work and learn.



We work with Skills Development Scotland and a range of employers across Scotland’s central belt to benefit individuals, businesses and the local economy. A Modern Apprenticeship leads to valued, industry-recognised qualifications that can boost your career and future job prospects.



Apprenticeship Courses

Foundation Apprenticeships

Our programmes give pupils in S5 and S6 exposure to the world of work while they work towards an industry-recognised qualification – all while allowing them to continue their school education.


Electrical & Electronic

The Electronic Fire & Security Modern Apprenticeship has been around for many years, but had changed in line with industry trends to now include topics such as Fire Alarms, CCTV, Intruder Alarms, Access Control, Signalling and Networking.



New College Lanarkshire's  state-of-the-art automotive training facility, combines the latest technology and equipment with excellence in training delivery. 



Dental Nursing

Apprenticeships in Dental Nursing will provide you with the underpinning knowledge, skills and expertise to register with the General Dental Council (GDC) as a qualified Dental Nurse. 


Engineering & Welding 

Covering both the practical work based skills as well as the academic underpinning knowledge required to work within the Engineering & Welding industry. 



Providing the basis for progression to the more advanced technical skills in hairdressing. 



 “Apprenticeships are good for business, and good for Britain. They provide individuals with the first step on a career and businesses with future employees and growth, in turn bolstering the economy."

John Longworth, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC)