Let’s talk about National Apprenticeship Week 2018
The campaign runs from 5th to 9th March 2018 and this year’s theme is that ‘Apprenticeships Work’ for:
- the community
- the wider economy
Our apprentices: Law Society Excellence Award featuring our National Apprenticeship Week campaign
To celebrate our apprentices and the 10th anniversary of National Apprenticeship Week in 2017, Hillyer McKeown created a campaign to show the commitment to being an ‘employer of choice’ for quality talent. The campaign raised awareness internally and externally of the valuable contribution their apprentices continue to make.
The campaign was the feature of the Law Society Awards, for which we were delighted to be shortlisted. Read the case study about our apprentices.
Our apprentices nominated for an award!
We were very proud to receive the news that Caitlin and Alex have been shortlisted for Best Apprentice of 2018 in the Cheshire’s High Sheriff’s Awards for Enterprise.
We eagerly await the results!
Our apprentices – Where are they now?
During our National Apprenticeship Week campaign in 2017 our apprentices described where they hoped their apprenticeship would take them in a year’s time. So, for NAW2018 we asked: has it worked out in the way you hoped?
Last year, Caitlin wanted to move into the conveyancing department.
To find out whether she has been able to achieve her goal, watch her 1 minute NAW2018 video
The bigger picture: why do an apprenticeship?
- Earn while you learn
- Apprentices cover all types of industry
- Government funding is available to some SMEs to take on board apprentices
- An alternative career path to university
- Choose from around 15k apprentices available per week
- Brings new skills into a business
Share your apprenticeship stories:
Find out more about National Apprenticeship Week 2018
Information for future apprentices
- Visit the Get In Go Far website
- Find an apprenticeship or apply for a traineeship
- Follow vacancies on Twitter @AppVacancies
- Call 0800 100 900 or visit the National Careers Service
Information for employers
Are you an employer looking to recruit an apprentice for the first time or to expand your support? The National Apprenticeship Service (NAS) offers free impartial advice.
- Visit the website to discover how to hire an apprentice, request a call back or access advice on apprenticeships and government funding
- Follow the NAS on LinkedIn or follow the NAS on Twitter