Today three Ambassadors visited Purbeck School for their careers open day, it was an intimate event which allowed everyone to get an up-close experience of what it’s like to be an apprentice. For the ambassadors it was an enjoyable afternoon to share their experiences and knowledge, for me it great interacting with the people who attended. Joe Manning, Sunseeker
It’s the last week to enter The National Apprenticeship Awards 2014! The Awards recognise both excellence in businesses that grow their own talent through Apprenticeships and the apprentices who have made a significant contribution to their workplaces. The closing date for entries is Friday 28 March 2014 at 5.00pm. Click here to enter!
Today four Ambassadors presented their apprenticeship experiences to parents and students of Queen Elizabeth School, Wimborne; with over three hundred and fifty people attending it was a huge turn out! Charlotte Coleman from Bournemouth and Poole College, Grace Morrison from Scissors, Joe Key from Ultra Electronics and Alex Riley from Superior Seals all took to the stage and explained what it’s like to be an apprentice. The Head Teacher Mr McLeman commented how encouraging and inspiring it was to hear the young people speak and to such a big audience. The event… Read More
Today, Ambassador Ben Wigley from Superior Seals presented at the “Supporting Manufacturing” event at Bournemouth University. The event was well attended with senior figures from local industry, NAS (National Apprenticeship Service) and the LEP (Local Enterprise Partnership). Ben spoke about his particular Apprenticeship journey to date and how he has benefited from it; his presentation was very well received amid favourable comments from all in attendance.
Today four Ambassadors presented their apprenticeship experiences to local employers hosted by the National Apprenticeship Service at Merley House. Charlotte Coleman from Bournemouth and Poole College, Shaun Simpson from Superior, Greg Coope from Aish Technologies and Ben Judge from Sunseeker took to the floor and demonstrated why apprenticeships are so great; each Ambassador explained a bit about their apprenticeship, how it’s benefited them and their future plans. The employers were extremely impressed with how the Ambassadors spoke and what they had all achieved in such a short time, the message was clear – “how can you not take an apprentice… Read More
Today we welcomed National Apprentice Service (NAS) to Superior Seals to train our Apprentice Ambassadors. This training will help our young Apprentice Ambassadors when they attend events speaking to students, parents, teachers and employers. Very soon our Apprentices Ambassadors will be attending various events shouting the message “get with apprenticeships”!