Apprentice Resources

Here are some useful guides to help our apprentices make the most out of their apprenticeship journey. From application tips to good work place conduct, our informative guides are here to help you go further!

For information on what we can do for schools, see our schools’ resources page.

The Apprenticeship Survival Guide

About to start your apprenticeship or already on an apprenticeship programme? This guide will help you make the most of your exciting learning experience. Content includes:

  • Poor conduct and how to avoid it
  • What to do when feeling uncommitted
  • Who to go to for what
  • Myth busting
  • Referrals and award schemes
  • Baltic alumni

Click here to view the Apprenticeship Survival Guide

Apprentice Handbook 

This learner handbook will tell you more about the services on offer and how to access them.  Please read it carefully and make sure you fully understand what you can expect from us and what we expect from you.  Speak with your assessor if you have any questions or concerns, they are here to assist you every step of the way.

Click here to view the Apprentice Handbook

How to ace the Interview

This short guide will tell you everything you need to impress your employer including:

  • How to prepare, act and dress
  • What to say
  • Non-verbal mistakes
  • Tricky interview questions and what they mean

Click here to view the “How to Ace the Interview” guide

How to create a killer CV

This short guide covers how to make your CV the best it can be, including:

  • What your CV should say about you
  • How and what to write
  • Cover letters
  • Email address
  • Online reputation

Click here to view the “How to Create a Killer CV” guide

How to take part in online live

This short guide explains the common mistakes and misconceptions made when using our online classrooms

Click here to view the “How to Take Part in Online Live” guide

How to be a pro in the workplace

This guide will help you make the best possible impression to your employer including:

  • Finding out what good work conduct really means
  • How to avoid bad work conduct
  • Top ways to impress

Click here to view the “How to be a Pro in the Workplace” guide

We’ve also got information on our events for schools, colleges and sixth forms, so you can book Baltic for your event and hear from us in a more informal, face-to-face way,

SkilSure Revision Guide

As part of your apprenticeship it is necessary for you to pass end of module exams, so we have created this handy guide to help you revise.

Click here to view the SkilSure Revision Guide


By attending events at schools, colleges and sixth forms, we can share our apprenticeship opportunities face-to-face! Find our schools resources here, including how to book Baltic Training for your event.

Assistance and support

Apprenticeship Queries National Apprenticeship Service

Stress / Anger / Anxiety MIND / 0300 123 3393

Relationships Get Connected

Pregnancy / Abortion Brook / 0808 802 1234

Physical Health NHS

Parenting / Family The Parent Line / 0808 800 2222

Gambling GamCare / 0808 0020 133

Finance Citizens Advice

Eating Disorders Beating Eating Disorders / 0845 634 7650

Drugs Talk to Frank / 0800 776 600

Bullying Beat Bullying

Alcohol Alcoholics Anonymous

Abuse / Harm 24 Hour Domestic Helpline / 0808 2000 247