Our Apprenticeship success rate is 12% above the national average.
Hire an apprentice and help a young person reach their potential within your business. Read more
Metro Bank are working in partnership with City Gateway to create apprenticeships across London, offering young people over 18 the chance to start a hugely exciting career in retail banking with a fantastic employer. Read more
It costs £2,400 on average to provide this support to each young person through an Apprenticeship, helping them overcome the significant barriers that stand in their way to succeeding. Read more
"Having the opportunity to do an Apprenticeship got me back into full time permanent work and changed everything!" Read more
City Gateway works with young people, women and families to transform their lives through inspirational training, Apprenticeships and community programmes. We are based in East London and work with people from across the city.
We run pre-employment training, traineeships, apprenticeships and personal development courses to help you progress in life. Our courses are graded Outstanding by Ofsted.
We run youth centres, a Women's Project and Families Project and nursery to help you and your children grow in confidence, learn new skills and offer support to help you overcome obstacles in your life.
We work in partnership with corporate organisations to create apprenticeships and volunteering programmes; and with schools, professionals and community organisations to help young people progress in life and into employment.
City Gateway partners with Metro Bank to create an Apprenticeship scheme that is embedded into their business model to see young people offered the opportunity to build a career in retail banking. Read more
City Gateway and Citi Apprentice Rikki Padhair had nowhere to turn before he read the Evening Standard Ladder for London campaign and got in touch with campaign partner City Gateway. He now has a full time job at Citi in Canary Wharf working in IT. Read more
Josh had a choice after an almost fatal accident, continue flirting with a life of crime or make a change and do something with his life. He came to City Gateway where he did a Sports Fitness course and got onto an apprenticeship. Read more
The Business Secretary announced the new scheme to place Apprentices in SMEs quoted on AIM, London Stock Exchange’s growth market. Read more
Apprenticeships offered by employers are on the up, however these apprenticeships need to offer essential support for the more disengaged and disadvantaged young people. Read more