Schools Apprenticeship Show as part of NAW!

As part of National Apprenticeship Week, Chamber Training and Coventry City Council teamed up for a schools apprenticeship event during National Apprenticeship Week. Over 200 students from 12 schools attended. The event, held at Coventry Rugby Club, featured employers, training providers, and former apprentices sharing their experiences, making it a successful initiative for students to find out more about the apprenticeship opportunities available to them.

The event was organised by Coventry City Council in partnership with, The Apprenticeship Ambassador Network, Careers and Enterprise Company, CW Chamber Training, Think Higher and WMCA.

Coun Dr Kindy Sandhu, Cabinet Member for Education and Skills at Coventry City Council said: “It is wonderful that so many young people in Coventry have this fantastic opportunity to learn more about apprenticeships that are available locally. The diverse range of options on offer will help to support the development of aspirations and provide practical routes from school to long-term apprenticeship career pathways.”

Andy Hyland, Workforce Planning and Apprenticeship Manager from Coventry City Council says: "Amazing day today at the Coventry School Apprenticeships Fair as part of National Apprenticeship Week. 23 employers and training providers welcomed over 200 students from 12 Coventry Schools throughout the day to talk to them about their post education options and career ambitions. Feedback from the students was very positive and there was a real buzz in the room all day. It's always great to see young people thinking about their future aspirations and making plans to realise them.

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