PLP Architecture is a London based award-winning practice of architects and designers who believe in the transformative power of ideas and the capacity for architecture to inspire and to improve daily life.
What is the Apprenticeship Programme?
PLP Architecture was one of the trailblazer practices that helped put together the Modern Apprenticeship Standard for Architecture. We are excited to be offering a level 7 Architectural Apprenticeship Programme (equivalent) to RIBA Part 2 & 3) for potential candidates who want to become architects.
If you are considering a career in architecture, but you are not sure if studying full-time at university is for you – or if you’ve completed part of your architect training and want to earn a salary whilst undertaking the next step – then a degree apprenticeship could be the right route for you. Apprenticeships combine practical experience in the workplace with academic training provided by a university. A minimum of 20% of the apprentice’s contracted hours must be spent undertaking this formal training.
Who Qualifies to Apply?
Any student wishing to do their Part 2 may apply. The details of the specific apprenticeship programme will be available from the University.
For more details please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject heading Apprenticeship programme.
Within your application please state that you heard about the opportunity through the Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust.