National Apprenticeship Week 2022: Build the Future
We’re joining the thousands of businesses across the country in celebrating National Apprenticeship Week.
Apprenticeships are a great way to build the future for both the people who complete them and the businesses they work within. And, this week we’ll be showing just how impactful that can be.
Ask an Employer
Throughout the week, we’re holding free “Ask an Employer” sessions online where you can ask anything you’d like to know about apprenticeships. Click the event title to book your place.
- Tues 8th Feb, 9:15 – 10:00 Discover Digital Marketing Apprenticeships
- Tues 8th Feb, 9:15 – 10:00 Understand Business Support Apprenticeships
- Weds 9th Feb, 9:15 – 10:00 Learn More about Teaching & Learning Apprenticeships
If you’re following our social media channels, this week you’ll see a packed line-up including:
- Ask an Employer: On Tuesday you’ll have the chance to ask any questions about employing an apprentice across our social channels.
- Ask an Apprentice: On Wednesday, a local apprentice will be on our social channels to answer any questions you may have and sharing their experience.
- Thankyou Thursday: Throughout the day we’ll be shouting out the employers we work with and thanking them for all of their hard work and dedication, providing apprentices with a safe and fulfilling place to work and learn.
- Celebration Friday: Join us in reliving some of our apprenticeship successes!
If you can’t wait to get stuck in, you can read how Angel went from looking for post-GCSE options to achieving a Distinction in her Teaching Assistant Apprenticeship here.
Get to know some of the people who make apprenticeship dreams come true at Futures…
Lisa Towers, Skills Coach
"My learners range in age from teens to their 60s and work in a variety of settings."
Lisa's Top Advice: "You can achieve anything that you want to with hard work and commitment and a sprinkling of self-belief."
Andrew Hamilton, Skills Coach
"My role gives support to apprentices who are working as Careers Advisers in a wide range of settings, such as schools, colleges, charities and other businesses."
Andrew's Top Advice: "Keep that open mind and don't stop dreaming. Think about what you’re passionate about and what you are most interested in and try to work in a field where your passion exists."
Jo Wharton, Skills Coach
"I have many roles in my job: coach, teacher, shoulder to cry on, motivator, resource creator, IT support and lots more."
Jo's Top Advice: "Take opportunities to learn whenever you come across them because you don’t know where they might lead you!"