How Much Does an Apprentice Get Paid? - Transport Training

How Much Does an Apprentice Get Paid?

The apprentice minimum wage, which is set by the government and which changes at least every April, depends on:

  • Your age
  • The year of apprenticeship you are in

The apprentice minimum wage in 2019 varies between £3.90 per hour and £7.70 per hour.

Age Year of Apprenticeship Per Hour Minimum Rate
16-19 Year 1 £3.90
16-24 Year 1 £3.90
19-20 Year 2 onwards £6.15
21-24 Year 2 onwards  £7.70

 

For those aged under 19 or those aged 19 or over who are in the first year of their apprenticeship, the minimum apprentice rate applies (£3.90).  If you are 19 or older, and have completed your first year of your apprenticeship, the National Minimum Wage applies for your age group.

You can find out more about apprenticeship wages at Gov.uk

Whilst these are the minimum wages set by the government, TTS apprentices are employed by a local company in the motor/transport industry from day one and many of these employers choose to pay more than the minimum legal standard.  Certain types of apprenticeships also tend to command a higher rate. It is important to keep sight of the long-term goal when entering into an apprenticeship though. Transport and motor industry technical and driving professions are in high demand and offer excellent career prospects What career progression can I expect post-qualification?

 

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