National Apprenticeships Week

National Apprenticeships Week

This week is National Apprenticeships Week 2021 (8-12 February), and at Tottington High School we are providing our Year 11 students with lots of information around Apprenticeships through their Personal Development lessons this week. In addition, all students and parents can access the range of resources that Amazing Apprenticeships have put together to help you find out more about Apprenticeships and where they can take you, if this is an option you would like to consider after secondary education.

The Bury Apprenticeship Working Group

The Bury Apprenticeship Working Groups have put together a newsletter to inspire local teens on the work they are doing in Bury and to celebrate local success stories. Take a look at the Apprenticeships-Good News Letter below to find out more about apprenticeships through Bury College, North Lancs Training Group, JM Excellence and many more!
 
Apprenticeships – Good News Letter

 

Test your Apprenticeship Knowledge

Amazing Apprenticeships have created lots quizzes to help inform students and parents about apprenticeships, traineeships and T Levels. Visit amazingapprenticeships.com/quizzes to test your apprenticeship knowledge and find out more information.
 

How can apprenticeships link to my favourite subjects?

If you are not sure where to start researching apprenticeships, it can be easier to think about the school subjects you enjoy most and what apprenticeships they could lead to. Amazing Apprenticeships have designed subject posters to show you the range of apprenticeships listed for each subject. Are there any apprenticeships that interest you from the posters below? If so, complete some independent research to find out more about those options.
 
apprenticeships posters

 

Which employers offer apprenticeships?

There are thousands of employers that offer apprenticeships. The Amazing Apprenticeships Vacancy Snapshot portal allows you to explore recognisable employers, the apprenticeship programmes they offer, the company benefits, the programme details, unique look-behind-the-scenes footage, case studies and detailed information about the recruitment process. Visit amazingapprenticeships.com/vacancies and browse the different companies offering apprenticeships.

You can also search for thousands of other apprenticeship vacancies that are available on the GOV.UK Find an apprenticeship website: gov.uk/apply-apprenticeship

You can also check out RateMyApprenticeship to view Level 2 and Level 3 Apprenticeships available within a 10 mile radius of Tottington.
 

NHS Apprenticeships

The NHS have a range of apprenticeships available which offer routes into 350 careers for the NHS. To find out more visit nhsemployers.org/your-workforce/plan/workforce-supply/apprenticeships
 

Apprenticeship Activity Pack

The Apprenticeship Activity Pack is full of fun and engaging activities for students. This year the pack is an interactive word document so that it can be completed digitally or printed off. This has now been updated as an editable version so that you can adapt it as you need.
 
Get the Student Apprenticeship Activity Pack

 

Traineeships Student Activity Pack

The new Traineeship Student Activity Pack is designed to help students to explore traineeships as one of their options through 13 engaging activities. The Pack enables students to work through it on their own or as part of a group or class.
 
Traineeships Student Activity Pack

Bury Virtual Careers Event

Bury Virtual Careers Event

Are you thinking about the next steps for your son or daughter after school/GCSEs? With an increase in post 16 and post 18 choices, it is important to equip yourself with up to date information to help your son or daughter make informed choices.

We are pleased to invite you and your son or daughter to an exciting online event to find out more about the wide range of Apprenticeships, college, university and training opportunities open to them, once they have left school and after college. This year, due to Covid 19, the event is online and we have our own dedicated website with over 30 exhibitors with their own dedicated page showing what they can offer.

Each page will have a description of the exhibitor, links to their website, videos, case studies and photos. Some exhibitors will also have an online enquiry form through which questions can be asked and staff will be able to answer them on the night. The website will then remain open for another 12 months so you will be able to browse the site and contact the exhibitors afterwards at your leisure.

Join us on 23 September 2020 to meet online colleges, universities, Apprenticeship providers and employers and find out more about the whole range of opportunities available after school and college. To visit the website just click on: https://www.burycareersevent.org.uk/

For more information please contact Roger Pakeman on 0161 253 7469

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