Are you considering an apprenticeship?
23 February 2016Local employers, training and education providers are coming together for a jobs fair at Northwich Memorial Court to advertise live job vacancies and apprenticeships, offer training support and advice on anything from starting a business, money matters and wellbeing.
If you are a young person considering taking up an apprenticeship in the autumn or a parent of a young person and want to know more about what today’s apprenticeships looks like, why not pop along to the Memorial Court on Thursday 25 February, 6pm to 9pm where it plays host to around 30 top employers and training organisations.
You may even get the opportunity to meet some of the employers on the night and ask them questions about the types of jobs apprentices do, pay and career prospects.
You may be surprised what you may find out. For example, did you know you can now complete Higher Level Apprenticeships which enables young people to be in work and earning, whilst gaining a degree level qualification?
Employers attending on the night include Brio Leisure, Mid-Cheshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Network Rail, the BBC and Tiger Trailers. Why not come along and find out more.
Councillor Paul Donovan, Cabinet Member for Democracy and Workforce said:
“Visitors will have the opportunity to receive support on everything from starting a business and apprenticeships to skills and training. A jobs fair gives everyone a anyone looking for a new job or a change of career a chance to get a wide range of support all under one roof.”
“Ensuring that those looking for new opportunities are aware of, and can access, the range of jobs on offer is a great way to support local people and in turn the local economy.” http://northwich-apprenticeship-event.eventbrite.co.uk, or contact Olivia Hoque by email Olivia.firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone 0161 261 0319