National Apprenticeship Week 2020
This year’s National Apprenticeship Week runs from 3 to 7 February and sees Kent County Council celebrating the many successes of colleagues involved in areas including health and social care, business administration and customer service across the county.
Apprenticeships are open to anybody over the age of 16 and are a great way to learn new skills or enhance your existing ones and develop your existing workforce.
Activities start on Monday 3 February, with a range of sessions on offer across the county, from school briefings to engagement with employers. The Education People will be engaging with a range of students over the week to promote the benefits of an apprenticeship and highlighting the opportunities available. On the 5th February we have also organised the ‘North Kent Apprenticeship Evening’, which is being held at The Leigh UTC with local employers and training providers attending.
The Education People would also like to honour the hard work and success of our current apprentices in schools and encourage more to consider it as a career path.
If you are interested in developing your skills or employing an apprentice can find out more from David Knox Principal Apprenticeship Lead, email firstname.lastname@example.org