Henry Ford has been attributed as saying “Nothing is particularly hard if you divide it into small jobs”. In terms of your apprenticeship applications, this statement certainly applies. The first communication you have with an employer is unlikely to get you the role. Having said that, it could certainly make sure you do not get the role. So, how do you break down the tasks? Our guide below looks at how.
1. Decide what you want to do
The first step you need to make before documenting anything is to decide what it is you would like to do. In the broadest sense, do you prefer to be practical and create things or mend things, or do you prefer to help or advise others? You’ll find that many occupations fall into one of these two broad categories and once you know which you prefer, you can start considering your options.
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