Anyone over the age of 16 who is not in full time education, whether they are a current employee or new to the business, can become an apprentice.
Employers who employ those under the age of 18 must assess the risk to such individuals from a health and safety point of view before they start employment, taking into account their inexperience, lack of awareness of risks and immaturity.
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