You'll be supported through this, but in case it's helpful, here's a list of what you'll need to do in the early weeks.

Below is an example of what you will need to do in the weeks before you start your education and employment. Don’t worry too much about it though, as your Learning Coach or Employment Coach will be in touch to confirm everything.

To do list  Notes 
Contact will be made by your Learning Coach to you- keep an eye out for emails and phone calls. Once you have been successful getting on the apprenticeship, you will get an email or call in the following days.
Apprenticeship Student Enrolment Software (APTEM) enrolment. Keep an eye on your junk email as it could go there. Although your learning coach will help you with this, it is a self-enrolment and will usually take around 1 hour. You will be asked to upload photo identification, personal information and a basic 20-minute maths and English assessment.
Meet the Coach session – either face to face or virtually with your employer. At this session they will go through expectations during your employment and what it might look like. They may also give you some work to complete.
DBS / employability checks. We will complete these checks- we’ll just need some information to finalise the employment / apprenticeship and will set a start date.
Roles of the apprenticeship with the Learning Coach. Similar to when meeting the employer, the Learning Coach will talk about the expectations of the apprenticeship, including what do you want to achieve and what your career might look like after the apprenticeship.
Thinking about the roles of a coach. The Learning Coach may get you to start thinking about what makes a good coach and how can you support people to exercising.  
Induction with the employer. This may include things such as Safeguarding and first aid qualifications. You should also be shadowing and learning from other coaches and understanding what the work will look like.