What is an Apprenticeship Champion?
- Do you positively promote apprenticeships in creative ways to motivate young people?
- Are you committed to creating opportunities for students of all abilities?
We’re on the hunt for 1000 exceptional individuals working in education and training across England to sign up to the Apprenticeship Champion Network. Champions will receive a toolkit packed full of useful resources and activity ideas for your organisation. You’ll also be given access to the latest apprenticeship support and information. This fantastic opportunity for you and your organisation allows you to enter the brand new Apprenticeship Champion category in the National Apprenticeship Awards 2018.
How to become an apprenticeship champion
Jobcentre plus Wiltshire and Swindon Schools Adviser (South and London)
I actively promote apprenticeships in all secondary schools and education establishments that I am engaged and working with.
Lancashire Skills and Employment Hub (North)
I am working strategically with partners across Lancashire to support the growth of Apprenticeships.
The Grand Folkestone (South and London)
I have worked well with the DWP local schools and Job centres to create opportunities to support persons of every demographic in to employment by way of Work Experience or Apprenticeships.
I actively promote apprenticeships to employers and young people as a fantastic opportunity for all.
Allerton High School (North)
At Allerton High students are encouraged to consider the variety of opportunities offered by taking up an apprenticeship.
The Wensleydale School and Sixth Form (North)
Working with the local business network to create a closer relationship between education and business.
The Featherstone Academy (North)
We have displays throughout the school, schedule talks to various year groups by apprenticeship students, apprenticeship presentations at parents evening, workshops on apprenticeships and school assemblies.