Providing support to Livery Companies in setting up, funding and administering Apprenticeship Schemes

The Livery Companies Apprenticeship Scheme is a not-for-profit company limited by guarantee governed by a Board and run by an Administrator.

Created by the Livery Companies Skills Council to set-up and administer an Apprenticeship Pilot Scheme from 2012-2017, LCAS now provides an advisory service for Livery Companies to set up apprenticeship schemes and a management service for existing apprenticeship schemes

News and Testimonials

Wheelwright Apprentice Tom Carroll

Tom’s initial training was at Plumpton College in Lewes, East Sussex where he first gained a Level 2 Diploma in Environmental and Land Based Studies Diploma.  He progressed to an extended BTEC Diploma in Countryside Management & Environmental Conservation gaining an A* and he was also awarded Best Practical Student in Countryside Studies at Plumpton College in 2014.  He was employed […]

Katie Warwick

I never imagined I would become a beekeeper. I recall doing a career prospects form at school. The results came in and, based on my answers I was to become a demolition instructor.  Somehow, looking back, that would have been less surprising. On the other hand, now that this is what I’m doing, it makes […]

Jack Silberrad – From Suits to Boots

One bee farming apprentice’s journey to graduation Locating Jack as a child often required thrashing out vegetation or looking aloft into trees, so it would follow naturally that after gaining a first-class degree in microbiology, he yearned for something more than a comfortable position as a medical sales representative could offer. Settled in Cambridge, he […]