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A series of webinars are being held during National Apprenticeship Week, which starts on Monday.
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Benefits of apprenticeships to be showcased in webcasts for business leaders and students 

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An awareness-raising webinar initiative to showcase the benefits of apprenticeships will be launched across Staffordshire during National Apprenticeship Week 2024. 

Employers, teachers, parents and students are all invited to take part in the online sessions. 

The drive is spearheaded by Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire Careers Hub together with West Midlands Apprenticeship Ambassador Network

A key event for employers is a webinar on 7 February showcasing the support available to Micro and SMEs when taking on an apprentice. 

A webinar on 5 February informs teachers and parents about apprenticeship pathways. 

Also during the week, building on the theme of “Skills for Life,” a number of Employer Webinars highlighting apprenticeship opportunities will be held with local companies inviting schools to sign up so that the contents can be livestreamed to students.  

The webinar timetable for the week is as follows: 

Monday, 5 February

9am – Employer webinar (30mins) with ORNUA 

9am – Employer webinar (30mins) with IAE 

6.30pm until 7.30pm – Event aimed at teachers and parents outlining apprenticeship pathways. It includes an overview of apprenticeships and input from an employer. Click here to book.

Wednesday, 7 February  

9am – Employer webinar (30 mins) with VEOLIA/KMF 

9am – Employer webinar (30mins) with STOKE-ON-TRENT CITY COUNCIL 

2pm until 3pm – Employer session. Event showcasing support available to Micro and SMEs when taking on an apprentice. It includes a focus on the journey of an apprentice and is hosted by Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire Careers Hub and West Midlands Apprenticeship Ambassador Network. Click here to book.

Friday 9 February 

9am – Employer webinar (30mins) with CAPULA 

9am – Employer webinar (30mins) with ICS 

If teachers are interested in the live stream options for their students they can email the careers hub at [email protected] 

Ron Quenby

Senior journalist with more than 25 years’ experience of working as a news reporter for provincial and national newspapers. Ron’s varied skills include feature writing, interviewing for real life stories and compiling specialist articles for in-house publications.

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