Agriculture, Environment & Animal Care

Vocational Qualifications

Catering, Hospitality & Leisure

Apprenticeships
Vocational Qualifications

Childcare & Education

Access to HE
Apprenticeships
Pre-Access to HE
Vocational Qualifications

Construction, Engineering & Manufacturing

Access to HE
Apprenticeships
Vocational Qualifications

Creative, Design & Digital

Access to HE
Vocational Qualifications

Education & Training

Professional Development

Hair & Beauty

Vocational Qualifications

Health, Science & Social Care

Access to HE
Apprenticeships
Pre-Access to HE
Vocational Qualifications

Life Skills & Progression

Personal & Social Development

Personal and Professional Development

Personal & Social Development
Professional Development
Vocational Qualifications

Public & Protective Services

Access to HE
Vocational Qualifications

Supporting SEND

Personal & Social Development
Professional Development

Transport & Logistics

Access to HE
Apprenticeships
Vocational Qualifications

Making sure that you know what you are entitled to

ERR ensures that apprentices understand both their own and their employer’s rights and responsibilities under Employment Law and other legislation.

There are different ways that this needs to be evidenced to enable achievement of the Apprenticeship, some frameworks will specify how this must be done, others will allow you a choice. The options are clearly set out in the ERR section of the Apprenticeship detail pages of the website and Apprenticeships Catalogue.

Embedded ERR

In some cases ERR can be covered within the knowledge or competence qualifications. This may be through specific mandatory or optional units, or it may be embedded across the qualification.

Standalone ERR Qualification

In other cases ERR can be evidenced through the achievement of a separate qualification.