To mark the 10th anniversary of National Apprenticeship Week, a week-long celebration of events will be taking place at The College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London (CONEL).
National Apprenticeship Week is co-ordinated by the National Apprenticeship Service, and celebrates the positive impact apprenticeships and traineeships have on individuals, businesses and the economy.
The week runs from 6-10 March, although at CONEL is extending its events to include 11 March, which include opportunities for potential apprentices and employers to learn more about work-based learning.
6 March – Open Evening, 4pm to 6pm – Find out more about our Apprenticeship vacancies and get advice on landing your perfect role.
7 March, 8am to 10am – Business Breakfast (booking required) – For employers working in Construction, Logistics, Engineering and Health, covering recruitment, training models, the law and the Apprenticeship Levy.
8 and 9 March, 10am to 6pm – Drop-in Sessions – Meet the Apprenticeship Team, find out about vacancies, get advice on employability skills, CV writing and interview techniques.
10 March, 10am to 6pm – Telephone/Web Chat – Talk to the Apprenticeships Team on 020 8442 3442 or by using CONEL live.
11 March from 10am to 2pm – Open Days and Job Fairs – Includes the chance to meet staff and take part in taster sessions and talks by the Mayors of Haringey and Enfield.
Please note that booking is required for the Business Breakfast either through Eventbrite or by contacting the College on 020 8442 3442.
According to Government statistics nearly a fifth of apprentices completing a Level 3 (Advanced) Apprenticeship progress to higher education over time whether at college or university.
Apprenticeships enable businesses to grow their skills base, resulting in increased profits, lower prices and better products.
Figures show 2.4 million people started Apprenticeships from 2010 to 2015, with the number of taking an Apprenticeship in 2015/16 up 3.2% on the previous year. In 2014/15 there were more than 250,000 employer workplaces with an apprentice.
Employers say that qualified apprentices are more employable than those with other qualifications, with Apprenticeships boosting productivity to businesses by on average £214 a week.
Find out more about CONEL events for National Apprenticeship Week by calling 020 8442 3442 or visit www.conel.ac.uk/appweek.
At CONEL we offer a wide range of Apprenticeships including Construction, Hairdressing, ICT and Computing, Accountancy, Horticulture, Business Administration, Health and Social Care and Childcare.