National Apprenticeship Week 2017 is a week to increase awareness of the apprenticeship opportunities available to young people as well as employers.
With Brexit taking form, the impotence of skills development for the growth of the UK economy are reinforced by the announcement of a modernised Industrial Strategy. And not mention, this is the ten year anniversary of the National Apprenticeship week which the 3aaa Apprenticeships team have been heavily involved with since the founding in 2008.
3aaa Apprenticeships are an Ofsted Outstanding, large independent Apprenticeship provider who change the lives of 90 young people every week by placing them in sustainable jobs with the opportunity to advance higher. 3aaa Apprenticeships work across a nationwide network of 41 training academies throughout England.
Apprenticeships provide students with the opportunity to study towards a degree while working and earning and not worrying about Uni debt – a great decision for all the GCSE and A level students now making plans for their future careers and education.
Peter Marples, Joint Owner of 3aaa Apprenticeships commented:
“3aaa Apprentices play a pivotal part in the growth of UK businesses through the service we provide in both sourcing and training high-quality people who become Apprentices. We have supported over 15,000 people in starting their careers over the past 7 years and we are looking forward to supporting thousands more through this national apprenticeship week and through the introduction of the new Apprenticeship levy in April 2017.
National Apprenticeship Week is a fantastic platform for the Industry to showcase how Apprenticeships are supporting people and economic growth. Apprenticeships are fast becoming the first choice option for those looking for a prosperous career in a field that they love.”
3aaa Apprenticeships have launched a section on their website targeted at young people and schools, parents, and employers to increase awareness of Apprenticeship opportunities and what they offer in preparation of National Apprenticeship Week 2017.