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Keele University webinar will showcase two apprenticeships helping strategic leaders of tomorrow meet the challenges of the modern workplace

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People working in Business, Leadership and Human Resources roles are being invited to attend a free webinar at Keele University.  

The online session is designed to highlight the various benefits of the Senior Leader and Senior People Professional Apprenticeships on offer. 

The programmes will be of interest to a wide range of employees, in various sectors, including managers looking to become senior professionals.  

Keele University apprenticeship programmes are co-designed with employers and the benefits of learning are fed back to participants’ organisations in a collaborative process.  

Both programmes offer a Level 7 recognised qualification and aim to improve management techniques and people practices in organisations, to drive business performance and effectiveness.  

The free informal webinar event, between 1pm and 2pm on 9 November, will give details of the apprenticeship programmes starting early next year, with limited places available.  

Webinar attendees will receive information about eligibility, key deadlines, and the opportunity to ask any questions they might have.  

The Programme Leads will also outline details of the apprenticeships and information will be supplied about how Keele University supports employers and apprentices. 

Keele University Apprenticeships Marketing and Communications Manager Lauren Cookson said: “Apprenticeships are a great way for businesses to train and retain their best talent by offering opportunities for staff to gain new knowledge, skills, and behaviours to progress.  

“The apprenticeship learning is embedded into the organisation itself, bringing added value not only to the individual in gaining a master’s level qualification, but also the business as well.” 

Keele University was awarded a  “Good” Ofsted rating for Apprenticeships at a Full Inspection in June 2023. 

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