This week is National Apprenticeship Week (8-14 February 2021) – a chance to highlight all the amazing work being done by employers and apprentices across the country.
Here at C&I, we’re delighted to currently have around 50 apprentices within seven subject areas, ranging in ages, job roles and from levels 3 up to 7 (masters and degree level). More subjects and apprentices are also planned to start in the next few months. Apprenticeships are available to staff who are already employed by C&I to support their professional development and we also take on new starters in apprenticeship roles.
Myra Whiskar, Apprenticeship and Training Lead, said: “The theme of this year’s National Apprenticeship Week is ‘Build the Future’, which is very fitting as our apprentices build their skillset to support both their own development and contribution and the future of C&I. We know that it has not been easy for them to study and work at the same time during this global pandemic. So on behalf of the Trust, I’d just like to say how much we appreciate their commitment and how proud we are of them all.”
If you’re on social media and would like to support the week, you can use the hashtags #NAW2021 and #BuildTheFuture in your social media activity. For more information about this national week, please click here.
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