app-champion-logo-01What 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

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  • Adrian Richfield

    Education and Employers (South and London)

    Engaging presentation on the range of careers available as an apprentice and the opportunities through the Higher Level Apprenticeships.

    Angela Hall

    Compass Ltd (South and London)

    Educating looked after young people, foster carers and supervising social workers on the benefits and possibilities of taking the apprenticeship route post 16.

    Kate Woodcock

    Thorpe St Andrew School & Sixth Form (South and London)

    Careers advice, apprenticeship newsletters, assemblies, form times, apprenticeship CIEAG workshop.

    Elizabeth Betts

    East Barnet School (South and London)

    We actively promote apprenticeships at school to enable our students to make informed choices about their future career pathway and options.

    Adebisi Sunmonu

    Education and Employers (South and London)

    In my current role I go into schools and colleges to deliver apprenticeship workshops and assemblies.

    Katherine Lomonossoff

    Norfolk County Council (Midlands)

    I’m always looking for new ways to promote apprenticeships from designing workshops and activities to working on a one-to-one basis with Looked After Children and Care Leavers.

    Tim Robinson

    Prospects (Midlands)

    I work with young people in schools and those who are not in education, employment training giving information, advice and guidance on apprenticeships.

    Peter Rayner

    SEMLEP (Midlands)

    I am helping young people to realise their potential by connecting schools, colleges and employers to help improve careers and enterprise provision for students.