Yorkshire encouraged to engage in run-up to National Apprenticeship week
Yorkshire and Humber businesses are being encouraged to get involved with the National Apprenticeship Week in March 2014 with a series of initiatives by the National Apprenticeship Service.
The National Apprenticeship Service is encouraging Yorkshire and the Humber employers to organise events and activities to encourage participation in the event.
Yorkshire has already proven its mettle in this years Apprenticeship awards, with Resolve IT Solutions of Sheffield being listed in the Top 100 Apprenticeship Employers which Bdaily reported on here.
Sue Price, Divisional Area Director for the National Apprenticeship Service in the North, added: “To be counting down to the seventh National Apprenticeship Week is really exciting and I look forward to being part of an even more exciting week with more partners supporting the Week. I am particularly keen to see examples of the great work that is created by apprentices.
“National Apprenticeship Week is a fantastic opportunity to shine the spotlight on Apprenticeships and how they help employers grow their own talent and provide a great opportunity for apprentices to earn while they learn.”
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