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North Worcestershire running a great programme called ‘Open Doors’ showing school students what business is really like and allowing them to experience the world of work
Come and find out how WCC levy is being used in local schools and how you could use your contributions for both new apprentices and existing staff development. Discover Worcestershire Apprenticeships and the support they can provide to help you to understand apprenticeships and use the levy to benefit your school. To book a place… Read more »
30 of Worcestershire’s best apprentices, employers, training providers and schools have been announced as finalists at the Worcestershire Apprentice Awards 2017 and tables can now be booked. All 10 categories received a large amount of nominations and a record number of entries have progressed through to this year’s awards finals. Judges for the awards have… Read more »
Click here to find out nine things you should know about 9 to 1 GCSE grades For more information, please see the bottom of page 2 of the document for contact details.
Amazing Apprenticeships (amazingapprenticeships.com) have created some great resources for School Diversity Week 2017 and the upcoming Results Day. Click below to find out more.
Midland Regional Growers (MRG) are a group of independent ornamental horticultural nurseries and growers in and around the Warwickshire, Worcestershire and Herefordshire areas. MRG have a cohort of keen and enthusiastic apprentices that are following a career in commercial production horticulture trained at Pershore College part of the WCG. The annual MRG Apprentice of the… Read more »
George Griffiths – Ping Marketing I started the look for an apprenticeship after finishing my first year of Sixth Form. I was always a difficult student to teach and found that sitting in a classroom everyday learning about subjects, that didn’t have much relevance to my choice of career, wasn’t being productive. After another year… Read more »
In this useful guide we summarise what an employer needs to do, and the things they need to consider, if they want to employ an Apprentice. (Published by Govt. 20/04/17)
William Taylor – The Development Manager I am working as a Digital Business and IT Support Technician with The Development Manager. Having left Tenbury High School with 10 GCSE’s, and Ludlow College with 3 A-Levels, I started working at an outdoor activity centre teaching Outdoor Pursuits. I had no interest in pursuing higher education at… Read more »