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.

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  • Sarah Murphy

    Bright Future Careers Guidance (Midlands)

    One to one careers guidance with students in schools.

    Alison Boston

    Castle Newnham School (Midlands)

    Careers awareness and training.

    Alistair Booth

    CTC Kingshurst Academy (Midlands)

    Higher Education Fayres and promotion of roles with major companies in the area.

    Lucy Sowah

    Royal Grammar School (South and London)

    We hold ‘past student-now apprentices’ presentations, parent presentations, assemblies, and careers fairs.

    Lisa Lemaitre

    Group Horizon (South and London)

    Promoting apprenticeships for all – regardless of age. Promoting the successes and opportunities an apprenticeship provides individuals and businesses

    Louis Walton

    Epping Forest District Council (South and London)

    I also work with our local secondary schools to deliver assembly presentations on apprenticeships to ensure young people know what opportunities are available to them when they leave school.

    Paul Smyth

    Aintree University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust (North)

    I celebrate the value, enthusiasm and creativity apprentices bring to the workplace and the aspiration they have to be our future leaders.

    Amanda Clarke

    Newmarket Academy (South and London)

    Impartial advice given to all students including on apprenticeships. Applications to apprenticeships supported. Drop-in by Apprenticeship Suffolk.