The campaign includes Sarah's story. Sarah was looking to change career and an apprenticeship provided this opportunity. Sarah was employed on an apprenticeship at Cromer Hospital in Norfolk and Annie, a Career Development Coordinator who employed Sarah provides an insight as to the benefits of apprenticeship to both the apprentice and their employer.
Sarah's story - to see her story https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vSLcbljkhwU&feature=youtu.be
Annie's story - to see her story https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jAoi3oE8klw&feature=youtu.be
Apprenticeships and Skills Minister Anne Milton said:
Blazing a trail is what being an apprentice is all about and will be our theme for National Apprenticeship Week 2019. Because that’s what’s happening up and down the country – apprentices and employers blazing a trail.
I want everyone to recognise the change that apprenticeships can bring - for employers blazing a trail to new markets, apprentices to new career opportunities and for colleges and training providers raising the skills levels for everyone.
We are planning a packed National Apprenticeship Week, attending and exhibiting at events with our employers and partners all over the south of England.
If you would like us to support your event, please get in touch with us.
We are very pleased to announce we are a Disability Confident Employer and have completed two stages of the three stage journey to become a Disability Confident Leader.
The Disability Confident scheme supports employers to make the most of the talents disabled people can bring to the workplace.
Through Disability Confident, employers are: