Traineeships – Information and Q+A session for parents and 16-24 yr olds

  • Date: 4th March 2021
  • Time: 11.00am – 12.00
  • Location: Online
  • URL: Event Link

Traineeships are a perfect stepping stone for young people looking to start their career developing skills with hands-on work experience.

About this Event

Join us during National Careers week on the morning of Thursday 4 March to find out more about Traineeships! For parents, guardians and carers, 16-24 year olds and youth workers.
A traineeship is as a stepping stone to an apprenticeship or job, and will smarten up CVs with the skills and experience employers are looking for. Combining both practical, hands-on work experience with education and training – start your future today!Lillie Tempest-Routledge will be hosting and our panel will include:

  • Lauren Bredbere, Trainee and Apprentice graduate
  • Lisa Brooks, Head of Traineeships
  • Nasreen Anwar, Traineeship Tutor
  • Sean Harland, Traineeship and Apprentice Tutor

They will be discussing:

  • What traineeships are
  • What’s involved (skills, qualifications, English and maths support)
  • Benefits to the individual such as team working, building confidence and a weekly bursary
  • Information about work experience placements
  • Application process

Following the initial information we will have a live Q+A where you can ask the panel anything about traineeships.

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Further Information

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