National Apprenticeship Week 2023

National Apprenticeship Week 2023

During National Apprenticeship Week 2023 we celebrated all things Apprenticeships!

As part of the week long celebrations, we provided young people and adults with key information about the types of apprenticeships available, current live vacancies and how to apply.

We also shouted about our fantastic apprentices, demonstrated how employers can benefit from employing an apprentice, and promoted how apprenticeships provide ‘skills for life’.

Check out what we got up to throughout the week #NAW2023!

  • Apprentice Spotlight – Jessica

    Picture of our student Jessica

    “An apprenticeship appealed to me because I get to achieve a qualification while gaining experience doing a job that I love, but it has also provided me with the security of earning a wage.”

    Read Jessica’s Story

  • News – Former student helps shape Early Years Apprenticeships

    Picture of our Ashley with her assessor Marie Sephton

    It was lovely to have our former student, Ashley, join us for our Employer Breakfast, as part of our #nationalapprenticeshipweek celebrations.

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  • News – Employer Breakfast

    Picture of the Employer Breakfast attendees

    Our Apprenticeships Team and Business Development Team were pleased to welcome a number of our valued employers for our Employer Breakfast.

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  • Apprentice Spotlight – Jessica and Andrew

    Picture of our students Jessica and Andrew

    “Apprenticeships are a great insight into the world of work, allowing you to gain work experience whilst also achieving a qualification. My apprenticeship will provide me with the skills and knowledge to progress in my career.”

    Read Jessica and Andrew’s Story

  • Apprentice Spotlight – George

    Picture of our student George

    “My apprenticeship has given me confidence in my ability to learn and apply new skills in a meaningful way. I get a lot of satisfaction from doing a job well and seeing satisfied customers. Since starting my apprenticeship, I am a lot more confident and find it easier to interact with people.”

    Read George’s Story