Developing Quality apprenticeships:

A UNIQUE 4-part virtual conference SERIES

 

Developing Quality Apprenticeships is a unique 4-part virtual conference series offering employers and training providers the very latest thinking around apprenticeships, the skills and youth employment policy and social mobility agendas.

A rare opportunity to hear from leading experts from the skills sector as they come together to present the latest thinking, policy developments and updates to employers and training providers.

Tickets are heavily subsidised and a brilliant chance to obtain access to some of the most influential and knowledgeable figures in the skills sector for an affordable price.

By attending you will learn how to develop high-quality apprenticeships to attract, recruit, nurture and support brilliant talent from as wide a talent pool as possible.

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Great session today with Amazing Apprenticeships and Youth Employment UK.

We put so much effort into creating these roles, let’s make sure young people from every background are better prepared for the working world and really understand the commitment of earning and learning and how far a solid career can really take you.

Elaine McCulloch, Regional Lead, Movement to Work

 

Upcoming Session

Thurs 16th December

Supporting SME’s to use apprenticeships to build talent pipelines

Talent pipelines are a little like the holy grail of recruitment.

How to ensure there is always someone with potential ready to step into the next position.
How to cast the net in the widest possible pool.
How to attract, impress and win over talent to join and crucially stay with your operation.

Join speakers who have done exactly that, learn from their success and hear the strategies employed to build brilliant talent pipelines.

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Purchase the remaining 2 sessions of the series for just £75.

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Previous Sessions

Raising the Quality of Apprenticeships

session 1

“Really enjoyable and informative.” Chris Lang, CEO, PSFI, Delegate. 

Session one was an unparalleled opportunity to hear from a wide range of authorities on how and why to raise the quality of apprenticeships. Coca Cola European Partners’ amazing apprentice Amelia offered candid thought, advice and first-hand experience, Paul Russell of ESFA presented the latest ESFA quality stats and benchmarking tools, Lauren Mistry of Youth Employment UK explored the latest Youth Census results with a focus on apprenticeships and a brilliantly thought-provoking panel session featuring David Gallagher, Jane Hickie and Jonathan Mitchell. The panel discussion centered around the challenges and approaches that need addressing around apprenticeships with speakers divulging their top three issues in a frank discussion.

 

Supporting young disadvantaged people

session 2

Not only is it the right thing to do, but with 77% of millennials and genZ wanting to work with inclusive organisations, supporting young, disadvantaged people widens the talent pool and strengthens the recruitment pipeline.

In session 2, we were joined by expert speakers from The Social Mobility Commission, Impetus, EDSK, Essex County Council and the Department for Education to explore the latest policy developments aimed at helping young people into apprenticeships to understand how your organisation can affect change for the better.

PATHWAYS TO APPRENTICESHIPS

session 3

There are so many different pathways to apprenticeships, all offering different opportunities, but how much do you know about traineeships, T Levels, Kickstart, and how to implement the opportunities within your organisation?

In session 3, we were joined by influential speakers from the Edge Foundation, DWP, WMCA and the Careers and Enterprise Company to dissect the opportunities, the latest research and policy. We outline the many routes to an apprenticeship position and look at how organisations and training providers can make the most of them.

Your speakers and sessions

Experts from the apprenticeship sector will be joined by policy shapers and high-profile apprenticeship employers.

Sessions will span across 4 separate days – September to December with delegates able to attend the full conference or have the flexibility of choosing the sessions most relevant to them.

Topics cover why and how to develop quality apprenticeships, the relationship between training providers and employers and how to make the most of every opportunity, why we should be creating more opportunities for disadvantaged young people and the benefits of doing so, practical ideas around enabling social mobility in apprenticeships and much more.

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Why Join Us?

Employers

Hear directly from the experts on what young people want from an apprenticeship and how to tailor your offering accordingly.

Understand when and how to get in front of the talent of tomorrow to build talent pipelines to your roles.

Gain insight into the apprentices of tomorrow as we present the results of Youth Employment UK’s yearly census of over 3,400 young people.

Empower your apprenticeship programme to attract the talent it deserves.

Training Providers

Hear from ESFA on the latest quality requirements and expectations.

Understand how to engage more employers.

Recognise how to ensure the right candidates are matched to the right employers.

Be empowered to support employers around diversity and inclusion.

Your Hosts

Brought to you by two of the leading organisations in the sector, Amazing Apprenticeships and Youth Employment UK, the programme will present the most recent policy developments and updates, the latest youth employment research and offer real-life experience and insight into how to develop quality apprenticeship opportunities from leading experts.

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