Champions

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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  • Alison Jackson

    Collingwood School & Media Arts College (North)

    Apprenticeships combine learning while you are working.

    Elliott Whysall

    Acton High School (South and London)

    I have told my friends about what I do and promote the course and I will be assisting in a talk with 10 laboratory technicians in schools.

    Lesley Winnard

    Phoenix Enterprises (North)

    Linking with employers to actively promote the apprenticeship route and individuals who approach the traineeship programme we deliver here at Phoenix Rotherham.

    Claire Gibson Oxley

    Hean.org (South and London)

    Offering apprenticeships as a viable and useful opportunity in place of (or as well as) routes to higher education.

    Adrian Deith

    Suffolk One (South and London)

    I sit amongst a team of 11 other Personal Progress Tutors who are between us responsible for some 1800 plus students.

    Nathan Loveridge

    Yeovil College (South and London)

    I have created several ‘Apprentice Q&A Videos’.

    Virginia Martin

    Archway School (South and London)

    We are running speed-dating events so that students can have a snapshot of all the amazing opportunities that are available to them.

    Marie Bennett

    Trinity Solutions Academy (North)

    Working with young adults with learning difficulties preparing them for adulthood.